Mubarak's fall: a timeline
11 February 2011: Mubarak leaves Cairo for the Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheikh following his resignation as president after 18 days of mass demonstrations.
1 April 2011: The Saudi-sponsored satellite channel Al-Arabiya broadcasts a speech in which Mubarak denies all charges of corruption.
11 April 2011: Mubarak is arrested. Investigations begin over his complicity in the deaths of protesters and on charges of illegal profiteering. The prosecutor-general remands Mubarak in custody for 15 days. He is moved to Sharm El-Sheikh International Hospital.
2 June 2011: Judges announce that the trial of Mubarak will begin on 3 August.
3 August 2011: The trial opens at East Cairo's Police Academy. Mubarak appears in public for the first time since his ouster, alongside his two sons Alaa and Gamal, and former security chiefs.
15 August 2011: Presiding judge Ahmed Refaat halts live television coverage of the trial and approves charges of complicity in the killing of protesters be directed at Mubarak.
5-8 September 2011: The court hears the testimony of seven senior police officers on the killing of more than 800 peaceful protesters in Tahrir Square.
11-27 September 2011: The court hears the testimony of Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, chairman of the ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces; former chief of General Intelligence Omar Suleiman; and former interior ministers Mahmoud Wagdi and Mansour El-Eissawi.
7-28 December 2011: The trial is suspended after lawyers representing the families of the victims of the revolution ask for presiding judge Refaat to be recused on the grounds of bias for the defendants.
3-10 January 2012: Judges listen to prosecutors and lawyers representing families of the victims of the revolution.
17 January-16 February 2012: Judges listen to defence lawyers.
22 February 2012: The court allows defendants to speak. Mubarak and his two sons refuse to make any public statement. The court announces that a verdict will be announced on 2 June.