Bahrain Court Upholds 3-10 Year Prison Sentences against 10 Suspects over “Patrol Vehicle Attack”
A Bahraini High Appeals Court upheld prison sentences issued by a first degree court against 10 appellants over charges of burning a police patrol vehicle, assembling and having possession of ammunition.
Six Bahrainis Sentenced to 10-Year Prison Term over Burning Armored Vehicle in Al-Ekr
The Bahraini high criminal court sentenced one defendant to 3 years in prison and 6 other to 10 over charges of assembling and setting fire to an armored police vehicle in Al-Ekr.
Six-Month Prison Term Handed down to Sheikh Fadel Al-Zaki & Activist Nader Abdulimam
A Bahraini court sentenced on Thursday (April 28, 2016) a Shiite cleric Fadel Al-Zaki and activist Nader Abdulimam to six months in prison over protesting in the Bahraini capital, Manama.
Appeals Court: 3 Bahrainis Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison & Another to 3 over Assembly
A Bahraini Court of Appeals upheld the court of first instance's verdict, sentencing 3 suspects to 5 years in prison. The court also sentenced another suspect to 3 years and acquitted 2 others over charges of assembling and burning tires.
Ebrahim Sharif at Court: I Demanded Reform...Different Opinions Shouldn’t Lead to Prison
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain’s High Criminal Court set February 24, 2016 as the date for the verdict in the case raised against the Bahraini opposition leader and Secretary-General of the National Democratic Action Society (Wa’ad), Ebrahim Sharif, after listening to his and the defense panel’s pleadings as well as the Public Prosecution pleading.
10-Year & Life in Prison Terms Handed Down to 29 Suspects & 2 Stripped of Nationality over Bani Jamra Bombing
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain's Fourth High Criminal Court convicted 29 suspects whose ages range between 16 and 25 years old over the detonation of a bombing in Bahrain’s Bani Jamra.
Three-Year Prison Terms Handed Down to 12 Suspects over Burning Tires in Salmabad
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain's Third High Criminal Court sentenced 12 suspects to 3 years in prison over starting a fire and threatening private transportation.
Three-Year Prison Terms Handed Down to 2 Suspects over Manama Rally
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain's Third High Criminal Court, presided over by Judge Ibrahim Al-Zayed with the membership of judges Wajih Al Shaer and Ibrahim Al-Jafen and Yusuf Bou Hardan as secretariat, sentenced 2 suspects to 3 years in prison over charges of beating a policeman, rallying, and causing damage to the clothing of a policeman and a sergeant.
Three Suspects Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison & 2 Others to 10 over Nuwaidrat Bombing
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain's Fourth High Criminal Court sentenced 3 suspects to 15 years in prison over the possession of firearms without permits and explosives aiming at detonating them. The court also handed down 10 year prison terms to 2 others over planting explosives.
Nine Suspects Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison & 2 Others to 5 over Saar Bombing
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain's Fourth High Criminal Court accused 11 suspects of blowing up a gas cylinder in front of a currency exchange office in the Bahraini village of Saar, causing damages to the office and nearby shops.
Life Imprisonment Handed Down to Suspect over Attempted Murder of 2 Policemen
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain's First High Criminal Court sentenced a young man to life in prison after the Public Prosecution accused him of attempting to murder two policemen in a bombing.
2 Suspects Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison over Burning Parliament Candidate Tent
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain’s First High Criminal Court sentenced 2 suspects to 5 years in prison over setting fire to a parliamentary candidate tent.
Bahrain’s MoI Says Courts Acquitted 67% of its Accused Members
Bahrain Mirror: The Interior Ministry Legal Affairs Director Rashid Mohammed Bunajma said the courts have acquitted defendants in 23 cases and issued 12 convictions while 10 other cases are still pending.
10-15 Year Prison Terms Handed Down 13 Bahrainis Stripped of their Citizenships over Forming "Terrorist Group"
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain's Fourth High Criminal Court revoked the citizenships of 13 Bahrainis in a case that includes 16 suspects accused of forming a terrorist group, manufacturing bombs and training on targeting policemen.
Trial of 14 suspects in “Saraya Al-Ashtar” Case Begins Under Terrorism Act
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain’s fourth High Criminal Court began on Sunday (November 22, 2015) looking into the case known as “Saraya Al-Ashtar” in which 14 Bahrainis are accused.
Bahraini Appeals Court Demands Proving Lifting Immunity from Former MP Accused of Insulting MoI
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain’s court of appeals looked into the appeal brought forth by the former Member of Parliament Khalid Abdulaal (not imprisoned) who has been sentenced by the court of first instance to a one full year in prison over posting tweets on his personal Twitter account deemed insulting to the Ministry of Interior.
Bahraini Court Sentences 12 Suspects to Life-Imprisonment & Revokes their Citizenships over 6 Bombings that Left No Fatalities
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain's First High Criminal Court sentenced twelve suspects to life imprisonment and revoked their Bahraini citizenships in a case of 14 suspects accused of establishing a “terrorist group that made several bomb blasts targeting security forces in Al-Qaria and Janabiyah.”
Milad's Trial Adjourned until Oct. 27 as the Opposition Figure Remains in Custody
A Bahraini court adjourned on Monday (October 12, 2015) the trial of the senior member of Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, Majeed Milad, until October 27, 2015.
Majeed Milad’s Trial Adjourned Until October 12
Bahrain Mirror: A Bahraini court adjourned the trial of a senior member of the Bahraini opposition’s Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, Majeed Milad, until October 12, 2015.
Bahraini Court of Appeals Commutes Sentence of Jordanian who Embezzled 100,000 BD to 2 Years in Prison
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain’s second high court commuted the sentence of a Jordanian national who embezzled 100,000 BD from 3 to 2 years in prison and ordered confiscating all the forged papers.