Attorney-General Weinstein's wife to sign plea bargain

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May 29, 2013 07:16

 
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Attorney-General Yehuda Weinstein's wife, Aviva, who has been indicted for employing an illegal foreign worker, has reached a plea bargain with the Population, Immigration and Border Authority, Army Radio reported on Tuesday overnight.

As a part of her plea, Weinstein was set to admit to illegally employing a foreign worker from India, and be fined NIS 20,000.

Weinstein, that employed the foreign worker from January to August 2009, claimed in her investigation two years ago that she thought the foreign worker was legal, and that she does not know how to find him now.


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