The court in Dubai fined a woman 10,000 dirhams and deported her because of her online purchases

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The Dubai Court upheld the decision of the Public Prosecution in Dubai and ruled that a woman be fined 10,000 dirhams and deported from the country due to her online purchases, as she was communicating through social networking sites with sellers of prohibited items and requesting to purchase them online.

Because of her internet shopping, a judge in Dubai handed a woman a fine of 10,000 dirhams and ordered that she be deported.

Due to the fact that a woman was communicating through social networking sites with sellers of prohibited items and requesting to purchase them online, the Dubai Court ruled that she should be fined 10,000 dirhams and deported from the country as a result of her online purchases. This decision was upheld by the Dubai Court, which also ruled that the woman should be deported from the country.

Purchasing prohibited items in the UAE is a crime punishable by law

In the United Arab Emirates, it is a criminal offense to purchase any item that is restricted by law, Through the use of social networking websites, the accused was in contact with a promoter of illegal substances located outside of the Emirates. The court has determined that the alleged offender ingested the controlled substance that was sent to her by the unnamed offender. A woman of Asian nationality was involved in the purchase of a quantity of crystal meth "online" after she communicated with a drug dealer residing in In one of the Asian countries, she agreed with him to transfer the money to his account, while he sent her the location where the drugs were hidden via a social media application.

A woman is tried in the UAE for purchasing banned substances online

The United Arab Emirates is prosecuting a woman for buying illegal narcotics online, The woman was referred to the Public Prosecution in Dubai, then to the Misdemeanor Court on charges of using and transferring money to buy drugs and buying prohibited substances online, where she was punished with a fine. Then, the Court of Appeal upheld the ruling, punishing her with deportation and a measure to prevent the transfer of money herself or through others for two years, and she was punished with a fine. Finally, the woman was punished with a fine. The same and the deportation in a similar case, an Asian young man put a quantity of money in a bank account in order to purchase hashish for personal use, and he was arrested while under the influence of consumption of the substance.

Transferring money for the purpose of purchasing prohibited items in the UAE is considered a crime

In the United Arab Emirates, the act of transferring money with the intent of acquiring illegal goods is considered a criminal offense, The facts of the case stated that secret investigations conducted by the General Department of Narcotics Control in Dubai Police found that the 42-year-old accused was communicating with a drug dealer outside of the country, and she deposited 600 dirhams in his account, in exchange for sending him a map of a location where she hid a quantity of hashish that she had purchased for this amount of money. The investigation was carried out by the General Department of Narcotics Control in the Dubai Police. She stated that she had gotten authorization from the Public Prosecution to arrest the accused, raided her residence, and then brought her to the General Department of Criminal Evidence, where a sample was collected from it, and it was discovered that it included two components of narcotic narcotics. When questioned about it in both the arrest report and the investigation conducted by the Public Prosecution, the accused woman confirmed that she had been in communication with another of the accused. People from outside the country, and the money was transferred to his account in return for a quantity of crystal meth that he hid in his position, and he sent her a map of the site using a dedicated application. In addition, the money was exchanged for the quantity of crystal meth that he hid in his location.

Punishment for a woman who purchased banned substances online in the UAE

Disciplinary action taken against a lady who made illegal drug purchases online in the UAE, The court stated that it was satisfied with the rest of the corroborative evidence, and that it had become firmly established that the accused had taken the drug that was sent to her by the unknown accused. The court then decided to punish her with the more severe charge of the two charges that were directed against her, while also exercising mercy towards her. The court then ruled to fine her an amount that was equal to ten thousand dirhams, for her part. The Public Prosecution has lodged an appeal against the verdict, in which they have requested the addition of deportation measures as well as the prevention of the movement of funds. The appeal was granted by the Court of Appeal, which also granted the request made by the Prosecution.

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