Court Issues 10-Year Jail Term against Defendant Accused of Assembling in Hamad Town
2019-11-22 - 7:48 p
Bahrain Mirror: The Fifth High Criminal Appeals Court sentenced a defendant to 10 years in jail over assembly case in Hamad Town.
The authorities claim that the defendant took part, along with others, on 23/6/2016, in burning police patrol and assembling in Hamad Town.
The first-instance court had sentenced all the defendants to 15 years in jail and bound them to pay together 10508 BD for the damages caused to the police patrol vehicle, which was totally burnt.
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