Due to recklessness and irresponsibility on both sides, a dispute over a minor scratch on a car has turned into a criminal case.
The Dubai Criminal Court found both parties guilty in the case and fined each of them “under circumstances that could be dealt with if they show a degree of tolerance and discipline,” according to case documents.
The incident revolves around the receipt of a report of willful vandalism in the Motor City area, as established by the Public Prosecution’s investigations and court determinations.
The first party (Asian) stated that he parked his vehicle adjacent to the other party’s (Arab) vehicle and when he got out of it, his car door rubbed against the other vehicle causing a slight scratch on it. .
The owner of the other vehicle came and asked him to pay the value of the damage caused by the door rubbing on his car, but he denied his demand and said he may approach the police to provide transport. Accident report about the incident in light of his insurance on the car.
He said that when he got to his car the next day, he was surprised to find scratches on its front door, back and left side and realized that the other person had retaliated against him in this illegal way.
He immediately reported the incident to the police, but during questioning he denied what had caused him.
Although the defendants continued to deny the charges against them in court, the court confirmed that the evidence against them was satisfactory.
He said that it is the power of the law to take evidence from any source it deems convenient, either from the investigation conducted by it in the session of the court, or from the investigation by the public prosecution, or from the records seized. Investigations.
She affirmed her belief that the accused had done what they were told, took the statements of the second accused in the minutes of evidence collection, and was reluctant to deny what each of them had been told, and decided to fine each of them. 2000 dirhams.
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