Attorney-General Menahem Mazuz informed Tel Aviv Magistrate's Court Judge Dahlia Mark-Horenczyk on Monday that he was considering charging her with with fraud and breach of faith as well as abuse of office pending a hearing that he was offering her. Each of the two charges carries a maximum prison sentence of three years. The judge is being represented by attorney Kenneth Mann, former public defender, who was not available to answer questions on Monday evening. The press communique announcing Mazuz's decision did not detail the allegations against her. However, during the police investigation, Mark-Horenczyk was questioned primarily on allegedly improper relations with attorney Gad Frankel, who was barred from practicing law by the Israel Bar for seven years in 2004 on suspicion of betraying the confidence of his clients. On August 10, 2007, Frankel was indicted in Tel Aviv District Court on charges of stealing more than NIS 3 million after being appointed a receiver in the dismantling of a partnership. According to the same indictment, he stole more than NIS 1 million from the Amdocs company. When Amdocs demanded that his checks be guaranteed by his wife, he forged her signature. The indictment against Frankel also referred to his relations with Mark-Horenczyk, who served in the real estate section of the court between 2003 and 2005. During that period, she allegedly gave about 30 receivership and bridging cases to Frankel, even after he was temporarily disbarred. According to the allegations against the judge, she reportedly purchased an apartment from Frankel at less than the market price and Frankel also signed as a guarantor on a loan that she took.