case 2000

Prime Minister Netanyahu and former chief of staff Ari Harow
Indictment filed against former Netanyahu aid as part of witness deal

The indictment was made as part of his state's witness deal in cases 1000 and 2000.

PM Benjamin Netanyahu adds third new lawyer to trial team

Lawyer Boaz Ben Tzur is another senior litigator with experience in white collar crime defense, and joins veteran lawyer Yossi Segev, and younger lawyer, but rising star, Amit Hadad.

Dershowitz on Netanyahu trial: 'Israel should be deeply ashamed'

Dershowitz added that if the prosecutors wanted to charge Netanyahu with a crime there should be certain precedents and parameters set around what constitutes the exploits as actionable offenses.

Benjamin Netanyahu
Elovitch's former lawyer: Good chance Netanyahu will be acquitted

"The judges will hear what everyone has to say and will examine them well – and the more they decide that these actions are not felonies, they will not hesitate to acquit."

President Reuven Rivlin Prime Minister the Knesset session in which the new government was presented
Netanyahu's trial to be covered on Channel 13

The announcement comes after weekend reports that the channel would outsource the broadcast for the event.

PM set to seek exemption from attending first hearing of trial

The hearing will be held in the Jerusalem District Court under the Health Ministry's restrictions.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: Can he win again?
New Netanyahu-friendly gov’t panel open to tycoons paying legal bills

A new comptroller committee, viewed by observers as more friendly to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu than the previous panel, has agreed to hear his request for up to NIS 10 million.

Is Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu setting a global precedent?

A comparative survey of the statutory provisions in various countries that apply when the head of the executive branch is suspected or convicted of a criminal offense

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