The convicts are facing charges with targeting security checkpoints in Ramses – downtown Cairo- and outside the Al Ahly Bank branch in Mohandeseen, Cairo, besides financing a terrorist group, and possessing explosives.
Meanwhile, another defender was acquitted of the same charges, the court ruled.
The president instructed the continuation of the renovation of courts, opening more registry offices, and introducing evening shifts at registry offices in order to reduce crowdedness.
Mansoura Criminal Court sentenced to death the killer of student Nayera Ashraf Wednesday, on the grounds of his accusation of premeditated murder.
Mohamed Adel, killer of student Nayera Ashraf, pleaded guilty Sunday before Mansoura Criminal Court, saying "I was fully sane when I committed the crime."
The Alexandria Criminal Court resumed Wednesday the trial of the murderer of the priest of Alexandria, Reverend Arsanios Wadeed, who was killed while on the Corniche last month.
The criminal court put three convicts on the terrorist lists, charging them with collaborating with the terrorist organization “ISIS”.
Minister of Justice Omar Marwan made the statements in a TV interview Tuesday.
The preparation of that list comes on the occasion of Sinai Liberation Day, which is April 25.
Cairo Appeals Court has set for January 23 the first session of a trial of four defendants implicated in a Health Ministry bribery case.
The convicts had been charged with joining an outlawed group, possessing ammunition and arms, using force against police and sabotaging state property.
The lawsuit, No. 45923 of Judicial Year 74, calls for blocking TikTok as it disseminates and “incites immorality, pornography, bullying, violence” among the teenagers.
The court also sentenced 18 defendants implicated in the same case to 15 years in jail while it acquitted four others.
The Cassation Court upheld on Thursday death sentences against 21 defendants of Ansar Beit al-Maqdes terror group over terrorism-related charges.
The dispute is due to the claim of the adjudicating company, the failure of the Egyptian state to agree to the company’s request to grant it a license to build a 5-star hotel with a height of 200 meters (instead of 72 meters as was decided in the terms of reference)
Two of the defendants were sentenced in absentia due to their escape.
As such, the total number of NGOs, cases against which have been dropped, becomes 75.
The court also fined two other co-defendants LE 50,000 each for bullying the male nurse
Last week, a criminal court in Egypt ruled a “historic verdict” in an FGM case, which was seen as a victory to all victims of FGM, and a support to all efforts to eliminate this crime.
Egypt's Prosecutor General Hamada el Sawi has ordered the detention of a doctor at a private hospital for four days pending investigations over charges of insulting a nurse.