Kuwaiti Acquitted For Possession Of Hashish
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Court of First Instance presided over by Judge Rujaib Ahmad Al-Rujaib acquitted a Kuwaiti citizen of alleged possession of hashish and a mix of illicit drugs for consumption and sale. The prosecution officer declared that he saw the suspect standing near a car in the parking lot of a cafÈ joint, and he approached the suspect and requested for his identification out of curiosity. The suspect fled immediately but the officer caught and overpowered him when he tried to resist arrest. It became evident that the suspect was disoriented as it was difficult to comprehend what he was saying and he also could not walk steadily. The officer found a suspicious item in his hand, which the suspect confirmed was a wrap of hashish. Further search revealed a sachet of illicit drugs and certain amount of money. The suspect lost consciousness when he was in police patrol car. The defense counsel Attorney Talal Saber Al-Enezi accused the officer of misapplying law through unlawful search and arrest of his client without a warrant from the Public Prosecution.



13 Nov, 2015 0 1002
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