Dudu Topaz's trial postponed until September 10

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July 16, 2009 12:07

 
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The trial of Dudu Topaz opened in the Tel Aviv District Court on Thursday and was subsequently postponed for two months, Israel Radio reported. The court accepted a request by Topaz's lawyers to be given more time to study and respond to the indictment filed against the disgraced television entertainer. The trial will resume on September 10.

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