– Retrial of Ahmed Douma in the Cabinet of Ministers Incidents postponed
Yesterday, Cairo Criminal Court decided to postpone the retrial of activist Ahmed Douma in the case known in the media as the Cabinet of Ministers Incidents to 25 February to continue opening the exhibits.
– 2 years in prison with labor for the defendants in the “Jerboa union” case
Al-Darb Al-Ahmar Emergency State Security Misdemeanors Court, convened at South Cairo Court, sentenced 9 defendants in the case known in the media as the “Picnic detainees” to 2 years in prison with labor.
– Cairo Criminal Court issues rulings in the “Damietta terrorist cell” case
Cairo Criminal Court, convened at the Police Cadets Institute, sentenced 21 defendants to death by hanging, 4 defendants to life imprisonment and 3 defendants to 15 years aggravated imprisonment in the case known in the media as the “Damietta terrorist cell” case.
– Red Sea Appellate Misdemeanors Court overturns the decision to imprison police cadets on charges of protesting
Red Sea Appellate Misdemeanors Court decided to suspend the one year imprisonment, a fine of 1,000 Egyptian pounds and the dismissal of eight police cadets on the charge of protesting along with 42 police cadets of the road security forces.
The court also ordered the suspension of three months imprisonment, a fine of 500 Egyptian pounds and the dismissal of 21 police cadets, and the acquittal of 23 others. The court also ordered all defendants to be acquitted of the third charge of obstruction of work.
This newsletter covers the most important judicial decisions issued until 16:30