A-G decides not to appeal in Hanegbi case

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February 3, 2011 21:01

 
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Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein on Thursday decided not to appeal a Jerusalem District Court decision not to allow the State an extension in order to appeal the ruling in the Tzachi Hanegbi corruption case.

The State had previously decided to appeal a verdict which cleared Hanegbi of fraud charges but missed the deadline to do so because of the State Prosecutor's strike.


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