Public Prosecution Says It Received Last Notice Regarding Fake Degrees 5 Years Ago
Responding to press statements of Ministry of Education in which it stressed that it had referred the certificates' fakers to the Public Prosecution, the Prosecution said that it has not received any notifications regarding the issue of fake academic degrees.
8 Protestors in Diraz Referred to Trial on Charge of Burning Security Patrol
Chief of Terror Crime Prosecution, Advocate General Ahmed Al-Hammadi, said Public Prosecution referred 8 suspects to trial on charge of burning security patrol.
Company Using Expired Materials Shut Down, Suspects Held for 7 Days Pending Investigation
Chief Prosecutor for Ministries and Governmental Directorates, Advocate General Mamdouh Al-Maawda said that the police reported to Public Prosecution that a company that manufactures cacao, chocolate and sweets was using expired materials.
Prosecution Renews Detention of Zakiya Al-Barbouri for 30 Days
The Public Prosecution renewed the detention of detainee Zakiya Al-Barbouri for 30 additional days pending investigations.
Prosecution Appeals Opposition Leader Acquittal in “Colluding with Qatar” Charge, First Appeals Session on Sept. 5
The Public Prosecution said that it appealed the ruling of the High Court of Appeals that acquitted the opposition leader and Al-Wefaq Secretary-General, Sheikh Ali Salman, adding that the Appeals court decided to consider the objection on September 5.
Three-Year Prison Term Handed down to Najah Al-Sheikh on Charges of “Inciting Hatred against the Regime via Social Media”
Bahraini High Criminal Court sentenced Bahraini detainee Najah Al-Sheikh along with another to three years in prison for inciting hatred against the regime through social media outlets.
AP: Acquittal of Imprisoned Opposition Leader Rare Victory for activists in Bahrain
Prominent Shiite cleric in Bahrain who led a now-shuttered opposition party was acquitted Thursday of spying charges with two colleagues, marking a rare victory for activists in the island kingdom.
4 Juveniles Referred to Juveniles Care Centre for Attacking Child
Chief prosecutor revealed that they received a notice stating that 3 children physically assaulted a child after school hours, while a fourth companion filmed the incident and spread it online.
3-Year Jail Term Handed down to 2 Suspects over Assembling in A’ali
The Fourth High Criminal Court sentenced 2 suspects to 3 years in jail over assembling in A’ali and acquiring Molotov.
Prosecution to Reconsider Death Sentences against Mohammad Ramadan and Hussein Mousa, Taking into Account New Elements in Case
The Special Investigation Unit (SIU) agreed to reconsider the death verdict issued against two death row convicts Mohammad Ramadan and Hussein Mousa.
Prosecution Refers 18 to Trial for Joining “Saraya Al-Mukhtar” Brigade and Smuggling Wanted Persons
Head of terrorist crimes prosecution office, Attorney-General Ahmad Al-Hammadi, said investigations have been concluded into case involving formation of a “terrorist group”.
Muharraq Prosecution Remands Suspect Accused of “Spreading Sedition” on Twitter for 7 Days Pending Investigation
The Chief Prosecutor of Muharraq Governorate, Hussain Khamis, said that the Prosecution has started investigations about an individual's misuse of telecommunications devices by posting instigative, defamatory and slanderous tweets.
Public Prosecution: Tweeter Suspended over Charge of Insulting Others
Muharraq Chief Prosecutor Hussain Khamis said the Public Prosecution had launched an investigation into the misuse of social media networks by a suspect who posted defamatory tweets on social microblog Twitter.
Two Bahrainis Detained for 7 Days Pending Investigation over Posting “Obscene Video”
Hussein Khamis, the head of the Muharraq Governorate Prosecution, stated that the Public Prosecution has kicked off its investigation into a video clip circulated through social media.
Public Prosecution Releases Al-Watan Editor-in-Chief under Guarantee of his place of Residence
The Public Prosecution released on Tuesday (March 20, 2018) Al-Watan newspaper’s editor-in-chief, Youssef Al-Binkhalil, under guarantee of his place of residence. Al-Binkhalil was investigated over a lawsuit brought by MP Anas Buhendi who accused him of public defamation.
Prosecution Orders Detaining Ali Al-Binali in New Fraud Case
Public Prosecutor's Office ordered arrest of unionist Ali Al-Binali in a new fraud case after complaints from citizens accusing him of appropriating large sums of money and signing debt securities in exchange for gold bars.
Shura Council Rejects Bill Obligating Audit Bureau to Refer Violations to Public Prosecution
The Bahraini Shura Council, which is appointed by the King, rejected a decision by the House of Representatives concerning a bill amending Article 11 of Decree-Law No. 16 of 2002, regarding the Office of Financial and Administrative Control (Audit Bureau).
Over 84,000 Cases Referred to Bahraini Public Prosecution in 2017
Bahrain Attorney General Ali Fadl Al-Buainain stated that the total number of cases received in 2017 by the Public Prosecution amounted to 84,442.
Prosecution Refers Mohammad Khalid to Trial over Insulting Imam Mahdi after Receiving “Complaints from Citizens”
The Public Prosecution referred the extremist Mohammad Khalid to trial over case of insulting Imam Mahdi, based on “several complaints” raised by people. The court, however, did not order to detain him pending investigation.
Complaint against Former MP Mohammad Khalid over Charge of “Showing Contempt against Shia”
Lawyer Fatima Al-Hawaj said on her Twitter account on Sunday (January 7, 2018) that she filed a criminal complaint against former MP Mohammad Khalid at the Public Prosecutor.