Court adjourned Sunday a trial of former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak who was charged with killing protesters this year and postponed it until Dec.2011.
Lawyers for bereaved families that members of them were killed during protests made request that judges of the trial be changed, the New York Times reported.
Besides Mubarak, his two sons, interior minister and six police officers were present Sunday in the court when the court adjourned the trial, the New York Times reported.
The Washington Post said the court would pronounce a sentence of death on Mubarak, and his sons would be in charge of corruptions.
According to the Washington Post, Mubarak's trial started in August 2008 and delaying the trial would increase frustration among top people organizing anti-Mubarak movement because they wanted to end the trial as soon as possible.