CAIRO — Egypt’s deposed president Mohamed Morsi was put on trial Tuesday for allegedly orchestrating a prison break in 2011, state media reported.

Morsi, who was ousted nearly seven months ago by the army, is facing four separate court proceedings. Although he has been jailed since early July, Tuesday was just his second court appearance.

Two earlier sessions of his separate trials were brief and disorderly. In the first, in November, Morsi and his co-defendants on trial for inciting murder shouted angry slogans at the judge, and the session was adjourned after only a few moments.

His second scheduled appearance, in an espionage case, was to have taken place earlier this month, but authorities decided not to bring Morsi to the court venue, citing bad weather that allegedly made the helicopter flight from his high-security prison impossible.