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The trial of ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resumes today.
He's up against charges of corruption and the murder of peaceful protesters to which Mubarak has pled not guilty.
A Senior fellow at The Centre for International Governance Innovation, Dr. Bessma Momani believes the trial will end in a conviction, "perhaps a lighter sentence for him and a heavier sentence for his sons. Ultimately, everybody knows that Mubarak is aging, he will eventually have to say goodbye to the Egyptian people and I think people will want to just see formal justice handed down."
Momani believes a sentence of house-arrest will be handed...