Lawyer attacked during trial at Haifa District Court

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 2, 2010 13:36

 
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A lawyer was attacked Tuesday by a man who refused to accept an inheritance ruling at the Haifa District Court.

Security guards attempted to subdue the assailant, and they, too, were attacked by the man and his two brothers.

The three were eventually detained for questioning.

The lawyer and the security guards were unharmed.

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