Pulic Title for the case: Samir Mohamed Abdul Hamid and others in case no. 20115 year 2013 al Maadi Misdemeanors

Type: misdemeanor

case no.: 20115 year 2013 al Maadi Misdemeanor

Case year: 2013

Adverse: Public Prosecution

Representation: accusation authority

First Degree Verdict

Date: 1st June 2014

Judges: Mohamed Abdul Samad – President

Court: Al Maadi misdemeanors

Department: Sunday

No. of defendants: 8

Defendants names Verdict Crime Attending – in absentia
1. Samir Mohamed Abdul Hamid Acquittal Acquisition and possession of publications and participating in a demonstration without notification and disabling routs and transportation and inciting to demonstrate Attending
2. Gadallah Abdul Maqsoud Acquittal Acquisition and possession of publications and participating in a demonstration without notification and disabling routs and transportation and inciting to demonstrate Attending
3. Hussein Ahmed Hamed Acquittal Acquisition and possession of publications and participating in a demonstration without notification and disabling routs and transportation and inciting to demonstrate Attending
4. Hassan Ahmed Hamed Acquittal Attending
5. Ali Ahmed Hamed Acquittal Acquisition and possession of publications and participating in a demonstration without notification and disabling routs and transportation and inciting to demonstrate Attending
6. Ahmed Abdul Fattah Younis Ahmed Acquittal Acquisition and possession of publications and participating in a demonstration without notification and disabling routs and transportation and inciting to demonstrate Attending
7. Al Sayed Abbas Al Sayed Acquittal Acquisition and possession of publications and participating in a demonstration without notification and disabling routs and transportation and inciting to demonstrate In absentia
8. Ahmed Eid Al Shahawi Acquittal Acquisition and possession of publications and participating in a demonstration without notification and disabling routs and transportation and inciting to demonstrate In absentia

 

Verdict Text:

The court ruled in the attendance of the first to the fifth and in absentia of the rest of the acquittal of all defendants from all accusations and confiscation