Prosecution Imprisons Citizen who Claimed Traffic General Directorate Imposed New Fees
The Southern Governorate's chief prosecutor Nawaf Al-Awadi said that the public prosecution received a notice from the cybercrimes directorate stating that an individual circulated footages on social media outlets falsely claiming that the general directorate of traffic imposed new fees.
10 Bahrainis Sentenced to Life Imprisonment and Stripped of Citizenship in Politically Motivated Case
The Fourth High Criminal Court sentenced 10 defendants to life imprisonment in a politically motivated case, also stripping them all of their Bahraini nationality.
Public Prosecution Refers Bahraini Man to Trial for “Willful Murder”
Deputy Attorney-General of the Family and Children's Office Hamad Al-Qallaf said that the Public Prosecutor's Office received a report that a 31-year-old man assaulted his father (59 years old) with a knife, causing two stab wounds, resulting in his death.
Prosecution Charges 4 Suspects Accused of Diraz Blast with Deliberate Murder
The Deputy Prosecutor in the Anti-Terror Crime Prosecution, Khalid Al Tameemi, said that the Public Prosecution has completed the investigations into a terrorist explosion that killed one policemen and injured two others in Diraz on June 18.
Case of 60 Suspects Accused of Smuggling Detainees from Jaw Prison Postponed
The Fourth High Criminal Court decided to postpone a case that included 60 suspects, accused of smuggling prisoners from Jaw Central Prison, to October 17, in order to listen to the testimonies of the attesting witnesses.
2 Defendants Accused of Training on Use of Weapons at Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison, Revoked of Citizenships
The Fourth High Criminal Court sentenced two defendants to five years in prison and revoked their citizenships for training on firearms and explosives in one of Iran's Revolutionary Guard camps, and acquiring weapons without a license.
Shiite Cleric Arrested for 15 Days Pending Investigation
The Bahraini Public Prosecution decided on Tuesday (October 3, 2017) to arrest Shiite cleric Sayed Ali Al-Mosawi for 15 days pending investigation.
Prosecution Charges Chairman of Bahrain Transparency Society with Assembling in Diraz, Prevents him from Traveling
The Public Prosecution accused on Wednesday (September 20, 2017) Sayed Sharaf Al-Mosawi, the chairman of the Bahrain Transparency Society, of assembly and informed him he is banned from traveling.
Activist Farida Ghulam Accused of Assembly, Banned from Traveling
The Public Prosecution accused on Wednesday (September 20, 2017) central committee member in National Democratic Action Society Wa'ad Society, activist Farida Ghulam, of assembly and informed her she is banned from traveling.
Public Prosecution Raises New Charges against Prominent HR Activist Nabeel Rajab
Bahrain Institute for Rights and Democracy (BIRD) said that the Public Prosecution brought new charges against prominent human rights activist and President of Bahrain Center for Human Rights, Nabeel Rajab, over the background of social media posts on Twitter and Instagram.
Authorities Bring Charge of Assembly against Oun and Al-Saffar, Prevent them from Traveling
The Public Prosecution interrogated on Sunday (September 17, 2017) human rights activists, charged them with assembly and confirmed the issuance of a travel ban decision against them.
Prosecution Accuses Al-Mosawi, Sharif and Journalist Radhi of Assembly
The Public Prosecution interrogated the two opposition leaders Radhi Al-Mosawi and Ibrahim Sharif as well as journalist Ahmed Radhi and charged them all with “assembly”, aiming at justifying the travel ban against them.
Prominent Opposition Leader Ibrahim Sharif Summoned for Interrogation
Bahraini Public Prosecution summoned, former Wa'ad Society Secretary-General, Ibrahim Sharif for interrogation tomorrow.
Authorities Bring Charge of Assembly against HR Activist Al-Ekri and Journalist Hayyat
The Public Prosecution charged the prominent human rights activist Abdulnabi Al-Ekri and journalist Faisal Hayyat with “assembly” and taking part in an unlicensed protest.
Head of Bahrain Hajj Mission: Unauthorized Hajj Campaigns to be Referred to Prosecution
Bahrain Hajj Mission head, Adnan al-Qattan, said unauthorized and sham campaigns that took pilgrims to Hajj without permits will face strict measures, as they will be referred to the public prosecution.
Prosecution Refers 25 Citizens to Trial over Charge of Joining Saraya Al-Ashtar and Blasting Police Bus
The Public Prosecution referred on Thursday (September 7, 2017) 25 suspects, including 14 arrested over the charge of joining Saraya Al-Ashtar and causing an explosion in a bus affiliated to the security forces.
Prosecution Says Suspect Killed Asian Woman by Slitting her Neck
Chief Prosecutor of Muharraq Governorate Prosecution Abdulla Al Dossary said that the Public Prosecution received a notice from General Directorate of Criminal Investigation and Forensic Science announcing that they found a dead body of an Asian woman in one of the apartment with signs of injuries.
Public Prosecution Says Began Investigations into Phone Call between Hamad bin Jassim and Sheikh Ali Salman
Public Prosecutor's Office said they began investigations on Wednesday (August 16, 2017) into phone calls between Bahraini opposition leader and former Qatari Prime Minister which were aired on Bahrain's official television channel.
Lawyer Al-Shamlawi: Prosecution Arrests Sayed Mohieldin Al-Mashaal for Week Pending Investigation
Lawyer Abdullah Al-Shamlawi said that the Public Prosecution decided on Wednesday (August 16, 2017) to arrest Shiite cleric Sayed Mohieldin Al-Mashaal for a week pending investigation, after charging him with “inciting hatred against the regime and attacking one of the sects”.
Case of 10 Suspects Accused of Hiding Wanted over Political Cases Adjourned
Bahrain's Fifth High Criminal Court adjourned the case of 10 suspects, including an uncle and nephew, who hid 5 among the Jaw Prisoners fugitives, until September 19, in order to summon the attesting witness, give permission to the attorney of fourth suspect to receive copies of the documents and allow the sixth suspect to make a proxy for his wife, with the continued detention of the suspects until the next session.