Life Term Sentence, 10-Year Prison Term against Two Suspects in Political Case
The First High Criminal Court issued life term sentence against a suspect outside Bahrain and 10-year prison term against another one in the same political case.
Bahraini Protester Convicted of Burning Garbage Based on Helicopter Pilot Testimony
The Court of Appeal upheld the conviction of two Bahrainis, sentencing them to two years imprisonment on charges of setting fire to tires, a garbage container and a water tank next to a gas station in the southern Sahla area.
Turkish Nationals Tried for Attempting to Travel from Bahrain to Britain with Forged Passports
The first high criminal court decided to adjourn the case of two Turkish nationals accused of attempting to travel through Bahrain International Airport to Britain with forged passports and visas until July 9 to hear the statements of two Bahrain airport employees on the incident.
Appeals Court Upholds 3-Year Jail Term against 3 Defendants Accused of Harboring Wanted in Political Case
The First High Appeals Criminal Court rejected the appeal of 3 defendants accused of hiding and harboring one of the wanted in a political and upheld the 3-year jail term issued against them.
General Secretariat of Arab parties Condemns Sheikh Ali Salman’s Sentence, Calls to Support People of Bahrain
General Secretariat of the General Conference of the Arab parties issued a statement condemning the court of appeals verdict against Sheikh Ali Salman, one of the prominent opposition leaders.
Detainee Ahmad Al-Arab Sentenced to Additional Year in Prison for Clapping
Bahrain Mirror: A Bahraini court sentenced on Sunday (December 13, 2015) detainee Ahmad Al-Arab to three years in prison over charges of joining a protest, before judge Ali Al-Dhahrani punished him with an additional year in prison for clapping.
Bahrain's Opposition Leader Sheikh Ali Salman Sentenced to 4 Years in Prison
Bahrain's Fourth High Criminal Court, presided over by judge Ali bin Khalifa Al-Dhahrani, sentenced Bahrain's opposition leader and Secretary-General of Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, Sheikh Ali Salman, to four years in prison.
Unentered Plea: Sheikh Ali Salman to the King: A RULER BECOMES DIGNIFIED BY HIS PEOPLE
Bahrain Mirror Publishes the full text of Sheikh Ali Salman's Plea, which he was prevented from entering in the last court hearing.Unentered Plea: Sheikh Ali Salman to the King: A RULER BECOMES DIGNIFIED BY HIS PEOPLE
Bahraini Court Strips 58 Dissents of their Nationalities in "61 Cell" Case
A Bahraini court stripped 58 dissents of their nationalities on Thursday (11 June, 2015), linked to a case known as the "61 cell" on charges of forming a terrorist cell.