January 25, 2011: Arab Spring Protests erupt across Egypt. Demonstrators call for an end to President Hosni Mubarak's control over the country.
February 11, 2011: Amid violent demonstrations, Mubarak resigns under pressure, ending three decades in power.
April 13, 2011: Mubarak and his two sons are detained for an investigation of corruption charges and their role in violent reprisals against demonstrators.
August 3, 2011: As his trial begins, Mubarak is brought to court on a stretcher to face charges of economic corruption and illegal killing of protesters. He pleads innocent. If convicted, he could face the death penalty.
November 28, 2011: Egyptians begin casting ballots in the first parliamentary elections since Mubarak was deposed.
May 23, 2012: Egyptians begin casting ballots in an historic presidential election spurred by Mubarak's departure.
June 2, 2012: The verdict in Mubarak's case is scheduled to be announced.
June 16-17, 2012: A presidential runoff election is set between the Islamist Mohamed Morsi and old-guard candidate Ahmed Shafiq.
June 21, 2012: The winner of the presidential runoff is scheduled to be announced.