Not really surprising that the state fares better than the litigants in appeals. This is true also in civil law in Israel proper - quoting from Israel Supreme Court (ISC) case statistics in scholarship.law.cornell.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1189... "..Combining denials of review with affirmances resulted in criminal case litigants obtaining relief from the ISC in 2.3 % of appellate filings, and civil case litigants obtaining relief in 11.0% of appellate filings. The government fared far better than other litigants in obtaining reversals of lower court rulings and in securing review of those rulings."
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