The raid’s purpose was to collect material from Olmert’s unpublished autobiography, on suspicion that the material had not been submitted to the military censor
Judge knocks down police position that protests outside Attorney General's house could be banned
Former attorney general Elyakim Rubinstein wraps up 13 years on the bench with rulings that side with prisoners
Judicial Appointments Committee vote follows reports that Cabinet Secretary Zahi Braverman lobbied panel members on behalf of his wife, Judge Nava Braverman
The Netanyahus sued Igal Sarna for claims he made about an alleged nighttime quarrel on a highway
Calls in Israel to Investigate Anti-occupation Group's Spokesman Over Alleged Crimes Against Palestinians
Breaking the Silence's Dean Issacharoff said publicly he beat Palestinian stone-thrower in army; justice minister says if it’s true, he must be punished
Channel 2 News reported that Tzachi Braverman asked members of Judicial Appointments Committee to promote his wife. Civil Service Commission to investigate.
A year has passed since the police recommended prosecuting Moshe Ivgy, but prosecutors believe the acts attributed to Ivgy are minor and fall beneath the threshold of sexual violations
Deputy President of the Nazareth Family Court, Judge Assaf Zagury, claimed (and repeated his words several times) that '99 percent of the women who took a polygraph test in Family Courts were found to be lying'
In addition to standard questions, cabinet secretary questioned over his conduct in the so-called Harpaz affair.