Netanyahu unlikely to get plea deal to avoid trial

Mandelblit seems only likely to agree to a deal with jail time, a sharp break from previous position; PM demands indictment be amended.

Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit and Likud MK Haim Katz
A-G considering new tax fraud indictment against Haim Katz

Katz still has an opportunity to get the case closed at a pre-indictment hearing before Mandelblit.

Israeli High Court hearing on whether Netanyahu can form next government despite indictment he faces
High Court to hear petition against Netanyahu-Gantz PM rotation deal

Justices to hear arguments against rotation deal and allowing Netanyahu, under indictment, to serve as alternate prime minister.

Israeli forces stand at the scene of a car ramming in the West Bank that injured two soldiers, March
Terrorist involved in ramming attack in 2019 sentenced to 4 years in jail

Two of the involved terrorist were shot and killed by IDF forces on the spot, while the third one, a minor, was arrested and sentenced on Monday.

Likud parliament member Miki Zohar reacts during an arrangements committee meeting at the Knesset, t
Likud coalition chairman threatens A-G to cancel Netanyahu indictments

"If Mandelblit does not resign and dismiss the indictments we will reveal more things."

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu looking out a barred window
How low will Netanyahu go to save himself as his legal cases heat up?

Netanyahu’s advisers find themselves in a pickle with trials and coronavirus

Netanyahu’s trial to go forward despite coronavirus lockdown - analysis

Even as the courts will remain open, the statement said that judges will be lenient about accepting requests from lawyers to delay hearings during the lockdown.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu climbs out of the 'Rahav,' the fifth submarine in the navy's fleet
Why Netanyahu still probably won't get indicted in Case 3000 - analysis

The problem for making Netanyahu a suspect both in the past and even now is the difference between the law and "what everyone knows" is common sense.

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the weekly cabinet meeting on June 28, 2020.
Did police commit misconduct with state witnesses in Bibi case?

New questions about one of these state’s witnesses – or in this case a potential state witness who did not pan out to be one – were raised at Sunday’s hearing before the Jerusalem District Court.

Maya Vishniyak, a 22-year-old murdered by her boyfriend, 21-year-old Amit Almog.
Psychiatrist finds Maya Vishniyak’s alleged murderer fit for trial

The hearing was punctuated by Vishniyak’s family confronting Almog, who appeared via videoconferencing, during court discussions, shouting at him, “Murderer, look at me!”

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