ARTICLES AND CASE STUDIES
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January 2, 2018
UAE extradition request declined (again), Interpol abuse & the resulting wrongful detentions. Will Interpol chastise member states?
July 20, 2017
Dubai Debt Issues; Eliminating Harassment & Interpol threats. Negotiating and Resolving Bank Claims
September 2, 2016
Press Release: Scott Richards CHARGED under new charity laws that forbid promoting charities, even hitting a Facebook share button.
August 20, 2016
Press Release: UAE Prosecuting Judge approved Police application to extend Scott Richards´ detention in Dubai without charge
August 18, 2016
New Detained in Dubai Membership Program to provide immediate, ongoing intervention
August 17, 2016
Australian-British National in detention, without charge, for supporting a US Charity, even though his actions were not in breach of law. Arbitrary de...
August 15, 2016
Spiteful Emirates NBD seeks revenge on American customer, who is now preparing to take criminal action for harassment.
July 26, 2016
New Federal Laws punish people who value internet privacy with sanctions of imprisonment and fines of between Dh500,000 and Dh2 Million. VPN users bew...
July 23, 2016
How Social Media can turn an average person into a UAE Criminal.
July 19, 2016
Chief Technical Officer Jailed in the UAE since October 2014, without charge or conviction
July 30, 2015
Court of Appeal rules in Matt Joyce's Favour
September 9, 2013
Press Release: UAE Prosecuting Judge approved Police application to extend Scott Richards´ detention in Dubai without charge.
Scott Richards, a British/Australian man has been in detention without charge for three weeks now, for allegedly breaching the UAE´s new charity laws (original press release below).
Sadly, the Prosecuting Judge granted a further extension while police continue to investigate.
He is appalling conditions and has made a request to be transferred from Al Murraqabat Police Station to a prison, though remains in police custody, under inhumane conditions.
He has not been able to meet with his legal representative and has very limited access to telephone.
We do not expect that there will be any change to his detention and the Prosecuting Judge can, if he chooses, grant further extensions to his detention.
Family, friends and sympathetic supporters have been heavily campaigning the press, social media and the government for intervention.
The hashtag #FreeScottRichards has engaged supporters on Facebook & Twitter and some friends have already printed t-shirts in support of justice for Scott.
Radha Stirling, founder, Detained in Dubai, call +44 7050 686 745 or via Skype at Radha.Stirling. Further info: www.detainedindubai.org.
Coyle White Devine
Marte Deborah Dalelv
Trust lawyers and legal consultants
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