Hosni Mubarak, call your lawyer… again. The former Egyptian leader will be charged in the deaths of protesters who took to the country’s streets to demonstrate against and ultimately topple his regime, according to sources inside the Egyptian judiciary system. His sons Alaa and Gamal will also be charged. The new allegations are the latest in a steadily growing pile of legal troubles. With his wife Suzanne, Mubarak is also accused of graft for illegally getting wealthy during his three decades in office. Mubarak was forced to step down in February.