Report: Efi Naveh named Suspected lawyer in sex scandal case

January 16, 2019 20:13
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The suspected lawyer in a sex scandal case that's rocking the legal establishment in Israel is head of the Bar Association Efi Nave, multiple media reports claim.

Allegedly, Nave helped to promote a judge after he had a romantic relation with the judge's wife and a female lawyer who was eventually nominated to the bench after having a sexual relation with Nave, multiple media reports claim. Nave says that all of these allegations are false, the wife of the judge in question said "things that happen in the private sphere are not an offense" and that her husband was not promoted during the time period she was asked about.

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