A1aa In the name of Allah, The Beneficent, The Merciful The National Supreme Court Criminal Court In front of the Honorable: Awad Hassan Awad Chairman of the Bench Abir Al Mahi Abdul Rahman Member Ahmed Mohamed El Faki Mohamed Member Salah Al Tijani Al Ameen Member Mohammed Mostafa Hamed Member Trial of: - Al Fatih Azhari Mohammed Number: M.Gh. A/Advocated/59/2017 Revised/6/2018 /The Decision/ The following request to review is presented by Lawyer Mr. Ahmed Abo who requested that the decision of the national supreme court be reviewed baring number M.Gh.A./Advocated/59/2017 which stated the validity of the verdict issued against the accused in favor of it being ratified to a misdemeanor under article 45/J of the child law and to cancel the decision and to return all documents to the court of the first instance to pass the reasonable judgment after the detention of the said accused. The application was accepted in principle by the Vice President of the Judiciary and this file was placed before us as a support department to review the decision on the subject. The facts are summarized in that the father of the victimized child who is four-year-old informed the police that the defendant had raped the child by inserting a finger into her vagina and causing her the harm and damage stated on the medical report. The victimized child outside her home on the street when the accused came and lifted her on his shoulders and carried her away but when seen by an eye witness, he dropped her and fled the scene. The accused was detained and charged with article 45/B of the child code and completely denied the charge and denied any connection between himself and the accident and that he was not present at the time of the incident as he was at Al Mazalat Mosque at the time performing his prayers. The Criminal Court (Child Court) was held at Umdurman and reached a decision to convict the accused under Article 4/B of the Children's Act of 2010 read with article 86 of the same, and issued an imprisonment sentence for twenty years and a fine of five thousand pounds to pay the sum of three hundred pounds as compensation to the victimized child, and in the case of failure to pay to be imprisoned for the period of two years and directed the case documents to be forwarded to the Supreme Court to support the verdict or otherwise.