Who will blink over anti-Netanyahu leaks to media - Mandelblit or Hayut?

On September 14, High Court President Esther Hayut created the equivalent of a legal earthquake pressing hard for Mandelblit to probe the leaks.

Netanyahu's trial may be delayed

PM convinces court to resolve missing evidence dispute before response to indictment.

Kentucky prosecutor to release Breonna Taylor grand jury evidence

The tipping point came after the judge who is presiding over the case of the one indicted officer ordered a recording to be entered into the court file by Wednesday.

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

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.

Making sense of law enforcement crises and PM’s trial - analysis

Maybe in another country, Netanyahu would not or should have been indicted. But in Israel that is not the current law of the land.

Hayat Boumeddiene
France’s 'most-wanted woman' absent from 2015 Paris attacks trial

The January 2015 attacks in Paris, where no less than 17 people lost their lives, were claimed by the Islamic state.

Women's March protesters after a 16-year-old girl was gang-raped in Eilat.
All minors involved in Eilat gang-rape released to house arrest

Four suspects – two adults and two minors – will apparently be charged with rape, and the rest of the charges will likely be due to the suspects' failure to prevent a crime.

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