Mohamed Adel, killer of Mansoura University Student Nayera Ashraf, appealed Wednesday, before the Court of Cassation, the death sentence he was handed last month.
The 22nd Circuit Alexandria Criminal Court started Saturday the first hearing session in the trial of the murderer of the priest of Alexandria, Reverend Arsanios Wadeed, who was killed by a man while on the Corniche last month.
Court of Cassation upheld Wednesday life sentences against Supreme Guide of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood Mohamed Badie as well as Mohamed al-Beltagy and Safwat Hegazy.
A criminal court in northern Sharkia governorate sentenced four people to death and 15 others to life in prison for joining a terrorist group and killing and attempting to kill a number of police men.
Amin was referred to the court after he was charged by the prosecution of committing acts that are punishable by law against a number of girls at the orphanage he founded in Beni Suef.
Egypt’s Top Prosecutor Hamada al-Sawy ordered to refer five defendants in the case of the death of student, Bassant Khaled, to the Criminal Court.
Egypt’s prosecution has referred Karim el-Hawary, the son of renowned Egyptian businessman Mohamed el-Hawary, to the criminal court on Monday over charges of manslaughter while driving under the influence.
A Beheira criminal court sentenced on Thursday 24 Muslim Brotherhood members to death over attacking police, a statement read.
The sentence was issued on May 10.
The prosecution also referred his wife to the criminal court as she is believed to be his partner in crime.
They also faced charges of managing private internet accounts to commit this offense as well as human trafficking.
Cairo’s North Criminal Court adjourned on Monday the trail of former Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Shafik over charges of squandering public money to January 6
The assault by the woman has left wounds on the officer, in addition to intentionally damaging properties that she does not possess resulting in financial damage.
Zaki is facing charges of raping three girls, below 18 years old, and threatening them and blackmailing them, into sexual intercourse.
The four men and two women are also accused of blackmailing the girl after they had access to disgraceful information about her published on the internet.
They also face accusations of managing private internet accounts to commit this offense, according to the charges.
The Cairo criminal court adjourned to April 27 the retrial of eight defendants, embroiled in violence acts in Helwan neighborhood, southern Cairo.
A criminal court on Thursday sentenced five people to death, over damaging a petroleum pipeline and causing the death of nine people in November in northern Egypt.
A Cairo criminal court on Monday sentenced the main defendant in the Ramses Railway Station train accident to 15 years in prison and fined him LE 8.89 million.
The court will be headed by Judge Hassan Mahmoud Farid along with two of court advisers Khaled Hamad and Baher Bahaa Eldin.