Egypt's ex-president Mohamed Morsi confronts conceivable capital punishment.
Cairo: Egypt's ex-president Mohamed Morsi countenances being sentenced to death on Tuesday on charges of inducing the killing of dissenters in the first decision against him almost two years after his tumble from force.
He likewise confronts capital punishment in two different trials, incorporating one in which he is blamed for spying for remote powers, and getting away from jail amid the 2011 against Mubarak revolt.
Separate verdicts in those two cases are expected on May 16. A capital punishment against Morsi couldn't be precluded, specialists say, particularly since judges have officially passed unforgiving verdicts against pioneers of his boycotted Muslim Brotherhood.