Pulic Title for the case: Mohamed Al Said Helal 10982 year 2014 Tanta Crimes

Type: Felony

Case no.: 10982 year 2014 Tanta Crimes registered no. 138 year 2014 inclusive

Case Year: 2014

Adverse: Public Prosecution

Representation: Accusation authority

First Verdict

Date: 3-11-2014

Judges: President – Saad Ibrahim Awad

Members – Sami Bayoumi Bayoumi and Mohamed Refaie Abdul Hafiz

Court: Tanta Criminal Court

Department: non accessible

No. of defendants: 5

S Names Verdict Accusations Attending – in absentia
     1. Mohamed al Sayed Hilal Al Atawi Acquittal 1- Joining a group founded contrarty to the provisions of law 2- crowding 3- parading force 4- attempt to occupy a governmental building by force

5- using foce with a public employee to oblige him, without a right, to abstain performing his job

6- damaging public buildings

7- acquisition and possession of instruments used to assault personnels

8- spreading false news through shouting

9- acquisition and possession of publications that include false news and announcements

10- inciting students in the university to demonstrate

11- participating through shouting and publications to call for doing the crimes mentioned in the tenth accusation

Attending
     2. Adel Hamdi Al Sayed Al Baramawi Acquittal 1- joining a group founded contrary to the provisions of law 2- planning for crowding 3- participating through inciting and agreement and assistance with the first defendant to commit the following crimes

4- inciting the first defendant as a student in Sharia and Law faculty in Tanta to incite for demonstration

In absentia
     3. Hossam Al Din Salah Al Din Rizq Acquittal 1- joining a group founded contrary to the provisions of law 2- planning for crowding 3- participating through inciting and agreement and assistance with the first defendant to commit the following crimes

4- inciting the first defendant as a student in Sharia and Law faculty in Tanta to incite for demonstration

In absentia
     4. Magdi Mohamed Abdul Baqi Al Kholi Acquittal 1- joining a group founded contrary to the provisions of law 2- planning for crowding 3- participating through inciting and agreement and assistance with the first defendant to commit the following crimes

4- inciting the first defendant as a student in Sharia and Law faculty in Tanta to incite for demonstration

In absentia
     5. Mohamed Ibrahim Soleiman Al Battah Acquittal 1- joining a group founded contrary to the provisions of law 2- planning for crowding 3- participating through inciting and agreement and assistance with the first defendant to commit the following crimes

4- inciting the first defendant as a student in Sharia and Law faculty in Tanta to incite for demonstration

In absentia

 

Verdict Text:

The court ruled in attendance of the first defendant and in absentia of the rest of the acquittal of all accusations