Latest in Tag: Cairo Criminal Court Highlight
Latest in Tag: Cairo Criminal Court
The fatal incident, which took place in the Cairo district of Maadi, caused Mariam Mohamed’s immediate death at the scene.
On Monday, the Cairo Criminal Court on Tuesday offered the nine defendants in the case’ the possibility of reconciling with the Ministry of Justice and ending the case, and granted them until the upcoming hearing on 20 October.
Cairo’s Criminal Court had acquitted Salem in 2015, but the public prosecutors appealed the verdict
The death sentence also included other defendants involved in the same case
The court was supposed to give final verdict on the case
Police station was stormed then set ablaze, leading to deaths of three police officers and three civilians, and the injury of 19 others
“Violence in Helwan” trial verdict postponed to 9 August, “Al-Azhar University clashes” trial postponed to 13 September
Defendants, who include former president, were unable to attend Sunday’s trial session
Protest charges dropped against lawyers supporting victim Kareem Hamdy
Court postponed trial to 28 July, barred defendants from travel
US, Turkey express “concern” over sentencing of former president Mohamed Morsi and12 other defendants to 20 years imprisonment
Arrests were made following a violent demonstration in Downtown Cairo days before 25 January Revolution anniversary
Photojournalist Gamal Ziada attends trial in ‘Al-Azhar University clashes’ case
‘We have no identity, our movement in the streets is getting harder every day,’ journalists say
Tuesday’s session was a retrial after 10-year imprisonment rule was revoked by Cassations Court
Other defendants receive between three and five years
Expect charges with violence and illegal assembly to replace “prosecution’s failure to prove assaults on police officer”, says defence lawyer
The Cairo Criminal Court has repeatedly postponed the retrial since June 2014.
The defendants stand accused of violating the Protest Law, issued by then-interim president Adly Mansour in November 2013.
494 are accused of attempted murder, thuggery and destroying public property, trial includes high ranking Muslim Brotherhood members
Former interior minister and four aides dismissed from charges of killing protesters, as crowds break into celebration outside courtroom
Supporters celebrate, opponents and families of those killed vow a new revolution and accuse current government of treason
Court refers syndicate statement to prosecution for insults, defence lawyers withdraw from cabinet clashes case
The activist complained about harsh prison conditions and violations of prison rules
Defendants appealing against sentences for violating controversial Protest Law in June near Presidential Palace
Court will issue final verdict in “Second Rafah Massacre” case on 6 December
Political activist remains in prison despite request for hospitalisation
Broadcaster and other Muslim Brotherhood leaders also found guilty in case
Homeland Security General called to testify; defendants face charges of collaborating with foreign groups
Defendants are accused of “abusing” street children for political purposes