Jerusalem District Court

Will Netanyahu's trial take place in the courtroom or on the street?

The prime minister’s agents are trying to entrench a perception among the public that he is facing a political – rather than a criminal – trial.

By YEDIDIA STERN
27/05/2020
Australian sisters Nicole Meyer and Dassi Erlich who were allegedly sexually abused by former headte
Leifer court ruling presages extradition, easing of tension over the case

Judge Chana Miriam Lomp’s decision does have an air of finality about it in terms of the final outcome.

THE OUTSIDE of Jerusalem District Court, where the trial of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will t
The trial of the century begins as Netanyahu heads to court

Legal Affairs: The prime minister faces bribery, fraud and breach of trust charges.

Palestinians man a burning barricade on the Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem's Old City as they fight viole
Terror victims' families to collect NIS 500 m. from Palestinian Authority

The Jerusalem District Court had ruled that the PA was liable back in July 2019, but since then Shurat Hadin had to prove their damages.

Malka Leifer, a former Australian school principal who is wanted in Australia on suspicion of sexual
Supreme Court rejects Malka Leifer’s appeal against new psychiatric review

Three-member expert panel scheduled to review alleged pedophile’s mental state on Wednesday, ahead of court hearing next week to discuss whether she is mentally fit for extradition

Malka Leifer is brought to court last week
Court orders state psychiatrist to be bypassed on Leifer review panel

The decision is a significant win for the State Attorney’s Office prosecuting the case, due to the significant concerns about Charnes’s legitimacy in the Leifer case.

Yehuda Fried (C), lawyer of Malka Leifer, speaks to a state prosecutor (L) after a court session at
Leifer to remain in prison until Supreme Court ruling on house arrest appeal

The court is expected to make a decision in the coming days.

Manny Waks of Kol v’Oz speaks to the press at the Jerusalem District court Monday
Court orders another assessment in Malka Leifer case

New extradition process looks set to drag on for a year in a controversial case of former principal facing 74 charges of sex abuse.

People wave Australian and Israeli flags
Ex-Aussie envoy: Failure to extradite accused pedophile hurts Israel ties

Dave Sharma, formerly Australian ambassador to Israel, told the 'Post' that a failure to extradite Malka Leifer "would alienate people who naturally defend and are supportive of Israel."

19/02/2019
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