My guess is a bunch of judges will be made an example of and the rest will fall into line or will be put in pits. The MB just doesn’t seem to have a developed patience gene for those who would disagree.
As I said on another post, I’m surprised the judiciary has lasted this long. Dictators taking over a state formerly governed by the rule of law usually get rid of the judges first. Although in this case, Morsi first purged the military, so maybe he’s just gotten around to the judges.
Mubarak definitely did a lot of things non-judicially, but at least in theory, Egypt was governed by the rule of law and had a legislative system where the law was produced by representatives and its legitimacy was enforced or determined by the judiciary.
One of the problems that Murbarak faced, of course, is that Islamists don’t give a darn about the judiciary, and since they were his main enemies, he used extra-judicial means in dealing with them. This was not a good thing, but it didn’t interfere with the judiciary and ordinary law very much.
Sharia, on the other hand, wants it all.