Michael Ganor, who served as German shipbuilder Thyssenkrupp's representative in Israel, recanted his testimony citing pressure on his family
Following the resignation of the retired district court judge Awni Habash who said he had been subjected to political pressure, Avigdor Ravid tells Haaretz he felt no such pressure
Retired Judge Awni Habash says decision to resign comes after he was subjected to political pressure
In response to prime minister’s petition against decision not to allow him to fund legal defense with donations from associates, committee in State Comptroller’s Office says Netanyahu failed to answer key questions regarding plea
Eti Craif, a Netanya Magistrate’s Court judge, is suspected of using her intimate ties with ex-bar association chief Effi Nave to get herself appointed to her post
Attorney general accepts request by the PM's legal team to delay hearing in corruption cases until after election out of concern material could leak and sway public sentiment
Readying for hearing in corruption cases, the PM told Israel's top court previous 'populist' decision to hold funds from tycoon friends is 'unreasonable'
Justices ordered science minister to reconsider Prof. Yael Amitai's appointment to binational committee, but said that in theory, refusing appointments for ethical reasons is legitimate
Following the attorney general’s recommendation to indict the prime minister in three cases, Netanyahu responded with a heated, lengthy speech denying and dismissing the charges. But how accurate were his assertions?
Attorney general also intends to indict Netanyahu for breach of trust in two other cases ■ Decision comes a month and a half before the election
Along with his decision to indict Benjamin Netanyahu, pending a hearing, the attorney general announces decisions on other suspects
Attorney general expected to charge the prime minister with breach of trust in two other cases
Everything you need to know about the case involving an alleged deal between the prime minister and a newspaper publisher – and the chance it could be shelved
Money from prime minister's cousin to cover legal expenses had been received without approval from state comptroller committee
Avichai Mendelblit expected to make his long-awaited decision known on condition that it isn't final in order to avoid claims he is attempting to influence the election
The case provides the links connecting a number of Israel’s most significant crimes in recent years, police claim
Netanyahu's lawyers asked Mendelblit to obtain additional evidence from over 60 witnesses
Right-wing organization Ad Kan filed a complaint against the anti-occupation group on suspicion of collecting classified information
Netanyahu received $300,000 from his cousin to cover legal expenses without asking for approval from a state comptroller committee
Justices say former Likud activist has no right to intervene in the legal dispute over the timing of the attorney general's decision, while the prime minister's lawyers are considering their own petition
Prosecutors have rejected repayment offers that exclude criminal conviction over restaurant meals ordered by Sara at prime minister’s residence despite the availability of a cook
Petition to Israel's Top Court Aims to Block Decision in Netanyahu's Corruption Cases Before Election
Veteran Likud activist urges Israel's top court to order attorney general to postpone decision slated for late February, but justices are unlikely to intervene
Netanyahu's Request Rejected: Attorney General Won't Postpone Indictment Decision Until After Election
Prime minister's spokesperson says AG 'has given in to pressure from the left and the media' to file an indictment 'at any price'
Harm to judge and lawyer suspected of sexual bribery of former bar association president outweighs 'clear public interest,' judge rules
Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit is widely expected to refuse Netanyahu’s request
Four of the prime minister's lawyers met with Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit to discuss Netanyahu's request to delay announcement to avoid influencing voters
Prime minister also slams attorney general's decision to grant media interview, saying it 'raises serious questions'
Senior justice official says indictment expected in case involving suspicions that Netanyahu intervened with regulators to help a friend in exchange for favorable media coverage
Despite agreeing to the meeting request, the Attorney General's office says 'there are no grounds for suspending the handling of cases against elected officials or candidates' if police have finished investigating
Effi Nave was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of promoting judges in exchange for sexual favors