Ayelet Shaked 'wants conservative justices, and if she doesn’t get that she won’t rush to announce the presidential appointment,' source tells Haaretz
Meir Goldshtein found not guilty by reason of insanity and was sent to psychiatric hospital in first such acquittal in Israel
Under draft directive, police officers, prosecutors and court employees who obstruct justice by leaking information from ongoing investigation could face criminal charges
Barak Cohen’s alleged offenses were committed as part of his activities with Ba’im Lebankim, a group of anti-banking activists
Ben Ganish's crime downgraded to manslaughter, showed remorse for stabbing in Ra'anana nightclub brawl. The victim's father decries the sentencing as 'a joke'
Retired Judge Yitzhak Cohen sentenced to 250 hours community service, fined $690
According to new directive, ministerial committee would review every government-sponsored bill to decide whether it would apply in West Bank
'Friendship cannot explain every gift,' says lawyer who prosecuted Ehud Olmert
Top court reduces sentence for graft charges from 4.5 years under a plea deal taht a that a lower court had rejected.
The probe was opened over the claim that the officer shot one of two assailants, a 16-year-old teen, even though she did not pose a danger
The teenager allegedly attempted to incriminate Delaware state legislator Ernesto Lopez for criticizing the person behind the threatening calls
The Israeli-American teen to be indicated Monday with 2,000 bomb threats. Israel is likely to oppose his extradition to the United States
After criticism of previous proposal, backers of new draft legislation say it provides for women's rights and offers protection for disabled
Deputy Attorney General Dina Zilber says 'splitting off the news division from the broadcaster will have negative results.'
Parole board reduces sex offender’s sentence by six months, to one year, and orders him released to Jerusalem hospital
Petition by Israel Press Association says PM Netanyahu used all his power to gain political control of public broadcasting
Despite the economic incentives, few victims of sexual assault pursue civil suits.
Avi Licht was allegedly kept out of talks because it was feared he would have make it more difficult for an agreement to be reached.
Moshe Cohen apologized for the incident, but investigators say disciplinary action alone would not be sufficient.
Justice Minister wants to revert to system scrapped in 2000 following scandal over perceived politically-inspired appointment.
Though rejected by Reuven Rivlin, Olmert is due to appear before a parole board in three months and could possibly have the last third of his sentence commuted.
Ayelet Shaked sees disadvantages to the current practice of making the longest serving justice head of Israel's top court when outgoing president retires.
Man refused to divorce wife after Rabbinical Court instructed him to do so.
Miriam Feirberg was arrested after Haaretz published an exposé questioning her involvement in multi-million-dollar real estate deals together with her son.
Officer has until April to accept the deal or face assault indictment in case that sparked nationwide protests.
Ayeleyt Shaked's stance runs counter to the recommendation of the pardon department at her own ministry.
A bill has across-the-board support in the Knesset, although the Public Defender's Office fears that the move would simply drive prostitution underground.
Father captured on hospital cameras sexually abusing boy; mother injected salt water into his IV line.
Justices say they see no conflict of interests between Netanyahu and Avichai Mendelblit, who previously served as cabinet secretary.
Justices call demand that attorney general recuse himself from the three investigations against the prime minister 'premature.'