Egypt's former interior minister has been sentenced to prison for 12 years for money laundering and profiteering.
As head of the country's security services, Habib al-Adly was a key part of the Mubarak regime that was forced from power by a popular uprising in February.
Adly was convicted on Thursday of money-laundering and illicitly enriching himself while in office. He had pleaded not guilty to both charges.
He was also fined nearly 15 million Egyptian pounds ($US2.5 million).
Adly faces separate charges of ordering troops to fire on demonstrators.
The BBC reports he may face the death penalty if convicted.