Association for Civil Rights in Israel: Case against Nave should be closed

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 17, 2019 22:57
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The Association for Civil Rights in Israel said on Thursday that the case against Efi Nave needs to be tossed out of court as the investigation is founded on his private mobile phone, which was acquired "while breaking his right to privacy."

The information which led authorities to suggest Nave, formally the head of the Bar Association, allegedly conditioned his backing in exchange for sexual favors in the process of appointing judges was found on one of his private phones. 

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