A Public Defender's Office report says 121 prisoners are currently held isolated in Israeli jails, among them 12 minors.
S.D., the state’s key prosecution witness, confesses of fabricating details in a lawsuit he planned to file against Holyland project developer Hillel Cherney.
Security officials fear settlers may try to harm Yehuda Weinstein due to his strong stand on the evacuation of the West Bank outpost Migron.
Court strikes down petition by the human rights group We Are Refugees geared at making Israel accept a group of Eritreans that were trapped near its border with Egypt last week, saying it is irrelevant since migrants are no longer there.
Researchers find female judges and those in Tel Aviv are most generous of all.
Israel Democracy Institute in its annual public opinion survey finds media is second to least trusted, with a 46.3% rating.
Uri Blau was convicted of holding secret information, which he received from Anat Kamm in 2008.
In a meeting between Tel Aviv District Court Judge Varda Alshech and district heads of the Israel Bar Association, the Bar Association retracted its demand that the justice minister act toward dismissing Alshech via the Judicial Selection Committee.
Israel's Justice Minister Scraps Plan That Would Have Limited Court Access for Palestinians and Migrants
Justice Ministry approved new rule which would allow one to go to court even without a valid Israeli ID or passport.
AG launches probe after internal check finds suspected misappropriation of about NIS 2 million; last month authorities investigate Mossad official for alleged financial irregularities.
Menachem Mazuz criticizes media coverage of recent Olmert corruption verdict, leading the former PM's lawyers to walk off the stage.
Judges say they are increasingly being faced with threats, slander and incitement, some of them criminal.
Following the Egyptian president's remarks to Reuters that the Egypt-Israel peace treaty is safe, the foreign minister says he hopes to see Morsi in Israel.
Lieberman's lawyers have succeeded in raising doubts as to the prosecution's chances of securing a conviction.
Courts administration appoint search committee on Monday to find replacement for Jerusalem District Court President Moussia Arad.
Over the years, security services have stood firm in their refusal to release the prisoners, all of whom have blood on their hands, in any kind of prisoner exchanges.
It thereby accepted an appeal by a group of Jerusalem parents who wanted the test scores to gauge the effectiveness of their children's schools.
State could demand former PM serve six months in prison, then perform community service for breach of trust conviction; sentencing hearings to commence September 5.
Outgoing Director of Israeli Courts Administration Says Issues of Principle Don't Belong in Supreme Court
Retired judge suggests tribunal of religious, academic figures to deal with non-legal questions.
Investigation based on allegations concerning Olmert's activities between 2003-2005, when he served as Industry, Trade and Labor Minister, and also Communications Minister and Finance Minister.
Comments by University of Haifa dean made in reaction to High Court decisions in which unusually high legal costs have been imposed on NGOs which are funded by donations.
The court imposed the fee on the Association for Civil Rights in Israel, Physicians for Human Rights and the Adva Center, which had petitioned unsuccessfully to prevent doctors from offering private treatment in the public hospital being built in Ashdod.
Tel Aviv University law professors among signatories to online petition, which warns that any decision to strike Iran would be a 'highly mistaken gamble.'
High Court rejects petition by civil rights groups; fines them NIS 45,000.
The finance minister is asking for the state to repay his legal expenses for countering allegations raised against him in a report on the 2010 blaze; the amount he is asking for is three times the maximimum set by the state.
Petitioners say government support can be given only to those exempt from military service.
Neeman's proposal would mean that the opinions of the ministries' legal advisers would not be automatically added to proposed resolutions, except in cases when they deemed them to be unequivocally illegal.
High Court of Justice rejects petition against construction of student dorms, despite the fact that the site contains what appear to be Muslim graves from the Ottoman period.
Currently, president only has authority to grant clemency to those convicted of criminal offense.