The lawyers were angered by recent actions by police chiefs Joseph Boinnet and George Kinoti who ignored orders to produce self-styled National Resistance Movement General Miguna Miguna in court, instead of deporting him to Canada in collaboration with the Immigration Department.
Kenya's opposition leader Raila Odinga during his symbolic presidential inauguration.
In a direct challenge to the Uhuru Kenyatta led government, Judge Luka Kimaru of the High Court reinstated Miguna's citizenship and ordered that his passport is surrendered to court within seven days.
Last week, the vocal lawyer was controversially deported to Canada after being held for five days.More news: Scottish minister warns foreign aid groups in wake of Oxfam scandal
The High Court has since nullified the deportation order signed by Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi and ordered that Miguna's Kenyan passport be presented in court within a week.
A senior interior ministry official said the Kenyan government will appeal the court ruling.
Meanwhile the oppositional National Super Alliance coalition's commitment to running a parallel government is steadfast as they promised to launch a National People's Constituent Assembly within 10 days.
He added that the court failed to follow the law as set out in the Contempt of Court Act and the ensuing orders are therefore a nullity in law.More news: Five Die as Stolen Car and Oil Truck Crash on Long Island
Justice Kimaru Thursday ruled that the orders that Dr Miguna be produced in court had not been complied with, and that the DCI and the IG were in contempt of court.
"But Miguna welcomed the court ruling, tweeting: "[We] are fully committed to the rule of law.
On way forward, Kibicho says the government's legal team handling the case is now reviewing the High Court ruling and will in due course be appealing the ruling.More news: 3438 civilians killed in Afghanistan previous year