Court of Cassation
The Court of Cassation upheld a ruling declaring former Minister of Interior Habib al-Adly not guilty.
He is fulfilling the conditions for his appeal to get accepted.
A criminal court has previously sentenced five defendants to three years in prison, four others to two years in jail and three of them to 10 years.
Chancellor Abdullah Assr was sworn in on Saturday in the presence of President Abdel-Fatah al-Sisi as the new head of the Court of Cassation.
The defendants are convicted with launching attacks against security forces, in the case known as Agnad Misr Organization.
They are convicted of murder by mistake.
The Court of Cassation rejected their appeals.
The Court of Cassation’s prosecution office recommended cancelling life imprisonment sentences against 312 defendants in the case known as “Al-Fath Mosque Incidents”.
The defendants in the case have been handed imprisonment sentences ranging from 5 to 15 years.
The Court of Cassation reduced on Dec. 23 the 12-year imprisonment sentence issued against Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Mohamed Badie to 10 years.
After 41 months of the assassination of former Public Prosecutor Hisham Barakat, the Court of Cassation upheld on Nov. 25 the death sentences against nine convicts in the case.
The Court of Cassation upheld on Sunday the death sentences against 10 convicts in the assassination case of former Public Prosecutor Hesham Barakat.
Former Minister of Interior Habib al-Adly testified before the Cairo Criminal Court on Oct.28 in the retrial of former President Mohamed Morsi and 28 others.
The Court of Cassation rejected on Monday am appeal made by ousted President Mohamed Morsi and 19 others against the three-year sentence received for their “contempt of court” case.
The 90-year-old former president and his two sons already served three years in prison over charges of presidential palaces embezzlement and wasting public.
Court of Cassation delayed to September 9 the examination of challenges submitted by 67 defendants in the case of the 2015 assassination of Hisham Barakat.
The Court of Cassation upheld Saturday the death penalty against six people in connection with violence that erupted in Upper Egypt’s Minya.
Court of Cassation has rejected Sunday appeals by four defendants against death sentences in the case known as “Awsim Terrorist Cell.”
The defendants had faced various sentences, including the death penalty, life imprisonment and five years in prison.
A timeline spanning the beginning of the "Foreign Funding" case to date.