New court opens in Beit Shemesh

March 29, 2016 17:23


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The court system on Tuesday inaugurated a new larger and more modern magistrate's level courthouse in Beit Shemesh to replace the small, built-in 1950 courthouse that has operated there until now.

The opening ceremony was attended by Supreme Court President Miriam Naor, Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked, Head Court Administrator Michael Spitzer and Beit Shemesh Mayor Moshe Abutbol. The new courthouse, which took three years to build, will include three courtrooms and a much wider array of services relating to small claims, harassment, criminal issues for minors and local issues.

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