Prosecution Refers Sales Manager to Trial over Violating VAT Law
The Public Prosecution referred a sales manager in a shop to an urgent trial over charge of applying the Value Added Tax (VAT) to the goods of the shop and customers without registering his entity in the official VAT system and set Thursday as a day to commence his trial.
Prosecution Denies Torture of the Moroccan Prisoner, Says He Died Due to Severe Illness
Deputy Attorney General and SIU member Mohammed Yousif Al-Zubari said that the unit initiated intensive investigations into the case into that case of the Moroccan inmate who passed away last month while in prison and reached that he died to a severe disease.
Trial of Ibrahim Sharif on Charges of Insulting Sudanese President Adjourned until March 13 for Ruling
The first minor criminal court adjourned trial of prominent dissident Ibrahim Sharif, over which he is accused of insulting Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir, until March 13 for ruling.
Justice Ministry Employee and Lawyer Sister Received Bribes to Release Convicts, Refer them to Prosecution
The head of the General Directorate for Anti-Corruption and Economic and Electronic Security said that an employee at the Ministry of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments was arrested along with his sister (a lawyer) for receiving money as bribery in return for the former providing services in violation of his job duties.
Bahrain Renews Detention of 2 Children for One Week over Assembly Charge
The Public Prosecution renewed on Wednesday (February 20, 2019) the detention of two children Hussein Radi Abdullah and Ali Hussein Abdulwahab, 14 years, for one additional week.
Prosecution Extends Sayed Majeed Al-Mashaal’s Detention for 15 Days for Second Time
The Public Prosecution decided on Sunday (February 17, 2019) to extend the detention of head of dissolved Ulama Islamic Council, Sayed Majeed Al-Mashaal, for 15 days pending investigation, over charge of inciting hatred against the regime.
Hoora Police Arrests Number of Suspects Accused of Robbing Shops in Manama Souq, Refers them to Prosecution
The Head of the Hoora police station announced the arrest of a number of suspects for committing burglaries in Manama Souq shops and stealing cash and expensive items.
Prosecution Detains Sayed Al-Mashaal for 15 Days, Charges him with Inciting Hatred against Regime
The Public Prosecution ordered on Saturday (February 3, 2019) the arrest of prominent cleric Sayed Majeed Al-Mashaal for 15 days pending investigation over charge of inciting hatred against the regime.
8 Million BD Income of Public Prosecution from Fines and Bails
Bahrain's public prosecution income from fines and bails amounted to 8 million dinars ($21 million) last year alone, according to statements made by the Attorney General Ali Al-Buainain on Tuesday (January 22, 2019).
Bahrain’s Prosecution Renews Detention of Sheikh Fadel Al-Zaki, 4 Others for 15 Days
The Bahraini Public Prosecutor's Office renewed on Thursday (December 13, 2018) the detention of a Shiite cleric, member of the Islamic Scholars Council Central Committee and head of its Shari'a Committee, Sheikh Fadel Al-Zaki and four other detainees for 15 additional days, pending investigation.
Public Prosecution Refers Two Citizens to Trial over Receiving BD 12 Thousand from Qatar to Run for Parliamentary Elections
Advocate General Ahmed Al-Hammadi said that the Public Prosecution concluded its investigations about two Bahrainis who received money from abroad without authorization from the competent authority, in breach of the law. The High Criminal Court set a hearing on December 3.
AFP: Bahrain Charges 5 for “Obstructing” Elections
Bahrain detained and charged five people Wednesday for "obstructing the electoral process", the public prosecution said, ahead of parliamentary polls set for the end of the week.
Public Prosecution Arrests Student who Attacked his Friends
Prosecutor Nasser Al-Sheeb said that the Public Prosecution received a notice from Muharraq District Security Directorate following the two footages that went viral on social media outlets showing one student attacking his friends.
28 Individuals, including Government Employees Referred to Prosecution in Forgery Case
The Bahraini Interior Ministry issued a statement announcing that 28 individuals, including government employees were referred to the Public Prosecution over cases related to forging passports, travel stamps, visas and resident permits of GCC and foreign countries.
Prosecution Arrests Suspect for 7 Days Pending Investigation over Vandalizing Electoral Banner
Chief Prosecutor and Head of the Public Prosecution-formed Election Crime Investigation Committee, Muhanna Al Shayji, said that the committee received a notice stating that vandals targeting billboards of a candidate running in parliamentary elections were arrested.
Prosecution Arrests 16 Citizens Including 7 Children for 7 Days over Assembly Charge
The Bahraini Public Prosecution ordered the arrest of 16 citizens from Karbabad for 7 days pending investigation over assembly charge.
Public Prosecution Detains Female for 7 Days, Arrests her Husband and Son
The Public Prosecution ordered on Saturday (November 3, 2018) the arrest of Rabab Hasan for 7 days pending investigation.
Prosecution Renews Detention of Sheikh Al-Rayyash, Sayed Al-Hashimi and Haji Sumoud for 15 Days over Taking Part in Ashura Occasion
The Public Prosecution renewed on Thursday (October 4, 2018) detention of number of clerics and eulogy citers who took part in commemorating Ashura for 15 days. It also renewed the detention of obsequies’ organizers and number of citizens arrested from Al-Malikiya over writing anti-regime expressions on the 10th day of Muharram on one of the village’s streets.
Education Ministry Referred to Prosecution Students who Demanded Equalizing their Certificates: Official Statement
The Ministry of Education had informed the Public Prosecution over the past years and up to February 2018 about the attempts by some students to acquire academic qualifications without having met the graduation criteria and conditions, Advocate General Ahmed Al-Hammadi said.
Mohammad Khatem Arrested for 7 Days over Charge of Inciting Hatred against Regime
The Public Prosecution ordered on Wednesday (August 29, 2018) to arrest Bahraini citizen Mohammad Khatem for 7 days pending investigation, after accusing him of inciting hatred against the regime.