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High Court of Justice prepares for hearing on whether Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu can form the
High Court appears to back Shin Bet coronavirus surveillance

A heated part of the hearing was where Gan Mor accused the state of using the Shin Bet because they do not trust citizens to tell the truth.

Electric bikes will not be legally treated as vehicles, justices rule

The decision was not unanimous, with one judge dissenting from the majority opinion.

Protest rally at site of stabbing attack in Petah Tikva, August 29, 2020
High Court of Justice halts demolition of home of Petah Tikva terrorist

The Palestinian terrorist who killed Ohayon was charged with murder in September.

Israeli police officers detain a demonstrator during a protest against Israeli prime minister Benjam
Petition to permit mass demonstrations delayed at High Court

The court gave the government until October 7 to respond to a petition to permit mass protests and did not even set a hearing date.

The IDF West Bank Courts continues to be disrupted by political and legal battle.
Woman kills abusive husband, asks for recognition as trafficking victim

The woman's identity remains undisclosed together with the specifics of her criminal case.

By LEON SVERDLOV
17/09/2020
High Court of Justice prepares for hearing on whether Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu can form the
High Court rejects petition for IDF to indict Col. who killed Palestinian

Justices cited that rocks can kill, officer was reprimanded

Malka Leifer, a former Australian school principal who is wanted in Australia on suspicion of sexual
High Court rules Malka Leifer fit for extradition

Leifer fled from Australia to Israel in 2008 after allegations of sexual abuse surfaced against her, and has evaded extradition since 2014 by claiming to be mentally unfit for trial.

TAKING UP torches in protest, outside the Prime Minister’s Residence in Jerusalem on August 1.
Residents living near PM Residence say J'lem mayor discriminates against them

"Permanent and frequent demonstrations have led to an insufferable situation for the petitioners, who feel like they've lost all sense of law and order," the latest petition reads.

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Prime Minister's Office in Jerusalem on June 30, 20
Netanyahu to High Court: I won’t be involved in top legal appointments

The prime minister made the declaration in response to a petition by the Movement for the Quality of Government in Israel.

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