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Gulf Times – Qatar’s top-selling English daily newspaper - Qatar

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Noora Sarhan, the lawyer of the Filipina, told the court that her client was in the car as the man promised to drive her home but she did not know that he was drunk.The lawyer also told the judge that her client embraced Islam while in jail and pleaded for mercy.Sarhan told Gulf Times that the accused had not been caught in a compromising position and, therefore, it was unfair to say that there was any illicit relationship between the two.Noora Sarhan, the lawyer of the Filipina, told the court that her client was in the car as the man promised to drive her home but she did not know that he was drunk.The lawyer also told the judge that her client embraced Islam while in jail and pleaded for mercy.Sarhan told Gulf Times that the accused had not been caught in a compromising position and, therefore, it was unfair to say that there was any illicit relationship between the two.


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Lawyer Noora Sarhan, representing the victim's civil rights, said that she would now file a civilian case against the husband and wife.She has presented to the court a memo proving that the Egyptian woman had a previous intention to end her maid's life.Lawyer Noora Sarhan, representing the victim's civil rights, said that she would now file a civilian case against the husband and wife.She has presented to the court a memo proving that the Egyptian woman had a previous intention to end her maid's life.


Gulf Times – Qatar’s top-selling English daily newspaper - Qatar

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The lawyer, Noora Sarhan, of the accused argued that the place was very narrow and that the plaintiff misunderstood her client.The 33-year-old accused denied the charge saying that he "touched" the plaintiff by mistake.The lawyer, Noora Sarhan, of the accused argued that the place was very narrow and that the plaintiff misunderstood her client.The 33-year-old accused denied the charge saying that he "touched" the plaintiff by mistake.


Gulf Times – Qatar’s top-selling English daily newspaper - Qatar

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Lawyer Noora Sarhan, who defended the accused told the court that though very rare, there had been some cases of fingerprints of two people matching with each other.Moreover, Sarhan said, the fingerprints could have been taken from the goods after they have been moved to another place.She also argued that the accused was not captured red-handed.Lawyer Noora Sarhan, who defended the accused told the court that though very rare, there had been some cases of fingerprints of two people matching with each other.Moreover, Sarhan said, the fingerprints could have been taken from the goods after they have been moved to another place.She also argued that the accused was not captured red-handed.


Gulf Times – Qatar’s top-selling English daily newspaper - Qatar

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Noora Sarhan, the lawyer of the appellants,  told Gulf Times that she was not surprised by the higher court's ruling because of the "clear contradiction" in the statement of the two witnesses.  "The two witnesses were not close enough to say what the couple were doing especially with the poor lighting condition in the place.Noora Sarhan, the lawyer of the appellants, told Gulf Times that she was not surprised by the higher court's ruling because of the "clear contradiction" in the statement of the two witnesses.


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