Dubai’s Court of Cassation has issued a landmark ruling upholding a judgment which sentenced a European woman to 10 years in jail and deportation because she brought 370 electronic cigarettes into the country. The cigarettes contained a slimy yellow liquid made from cannabis extract. The public prosecution office in Dubai accused the woman of bringing in and possessing drug substances. The Criminal Court of Dubai sentenced the woman to 10 years in jail but she appealed claiming she didn’t hide the material which meant she had no criminal intention and she didn’t know the material was banned in the country. The Court of Cassation upheld the ruling and decided to deport the woman once she serves the prison sentence.