Muscat: The courts of first instance in the governorates of Al-Batinah, South Al-Sharqiyah, Al-Buraimi, and Al-Dhahirah issued during the period (1 to 5) November 2020 a number of criminal judgments against violators of the decisions of the Supreme Committee in charge of examining the mechanism of dealing with Corona virus (Covid-19).
The Public Prosecution began investigating 10 defendants who violated the ban on movement, and as a result they were referred to the competent courts. They were sentenced to ranging between 4 months imprisonment and a fine of 1,000 Omani riyals, with the foreign accused being deported from the country
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