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Pro-Palestinian Crowd Demands Netanyahu’s Trial as PM Wounds-Up Australian FM

'This guy is a wanted criminal, and our prime minister is very happy to hug him and kiss him and be with him – that's unfair.'

Two Belgians on Trial in Poland for Stealing Auschwitz Fence

One hopes that the trial would discover what possessed the two middle-aged Belgians to desire to take home some of it.

Liberman: Serious Mistakes in Sgt. Azaria’s Trial

'As Defense Minister, I feel, like most of the citizens of Israel, a sense of unease about the court's decision.'

Deal Busted with Border Guard Caught Shooting Rioter on CNN [video]

The defense attorney was astonished to find out that his confidential discussion with the prosecutors was leaked to the media while he was still in the lobby on his way out.

Don’t Judge the Soldiers

Whether or not their responses are picture perfect, our soldiers are giving their lives to keep our country safe.

Deputy Minister Hotoveli: It Was Show Trial

'Unfortunately, the process was contaminated by the involvement of outside factors, hence the decision.'

Trial Starts for Sheriff Who Threatened to Shoot Prosecutor Between his ‘Jewish Eyes’

Sheriff Louis Ackal faces a prison sentence if he is convicted of the charges of conspiracy and depriving prisoners of their constitutional rights.

Soldier Stabbed in Azaria Case Testifies: I Heard There Was an Explosive Charge

The witness described a chaotic scene in which "no one took charge, no one gave orders."

Former Deputy Chief of Staff: Every Day Sgt. Azaria Is on Trial Damages the...

The man who commanded the Hebron region at one point said there should not have been a military police investigation of the case, nor a consequent involvement of the military prosecution, and certainly no trial.

Duma Arson Trial Postponed as Defense Attorneys Resign, Citing Interference

Attorney Bam said Shabak is trying to hide the torture they used against the defendant to squeeze a confession out of him, by sabotaging his defense, to make sure their crimes aren't exposed in court.

Defense Witnesses in Hebron Shooting Trial Accuses Ya’alon of Meddling

Azaria's defense team has announced it would present several witnesses the prosecution opted to skip.

Israeli Media Reporting on Hebron Shooter Trial Strictly Political

The case for both an acquittal and a mistrial appears strong, so that there's little doubt that a conviction would result in an appeal to the civilian Supreme Court.

Prosecution Loses Round As Judge Recused in Trial of Soldier Who Killed Neutralized Terrorist

This is a do or die case for the military prosecution, which has taken its share of lumps so far.

Owner of Gaza Smuggling Tunnel on Trial in Israel

The indictment also contains counts of contacting a foreign agent, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, communicating information to the enemy with the intention of harming state security, illegal military training, membership and activity in an illegal association, and weapons violations.

PM Olmert, Two More Holy Land Hotel Defendants to Start Prison Terms

On Monday a new chapter will be written in Israel's annals of politics and crime.

Israel Law Center Wins Landmark Decision Against PA in NY Court

The Israel Law Center wins a landmark decision against the Palestinian Authority (PA) on behalf of 11 families of victims of terror.

Numerous Associates Sentenced to Prison with Former PM Ehud Olmert

Numerous associates of former prime minister Ehud Olmert were sentenced to prison Tuesday and fined millions of shekels, along with the ex-politician.

Sentence Imminent for Former PM Olmert

Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is about to be sentenced after being convicted on two charges of bribery.

Former Jerusalem Mayor Uri Lupolianski Convicted in Holyland Case

Former Jerusalem Mayor Uri Lupolianski was found guilty of receiving bribes in exchange for allowing construction of the Holyland Park luxury residential complex near Jerusalem’s Malha Mall.

Former PM Ehud Olmert Found ‘Guilty’ in Holyland Trial

Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was pronounced guilty in a Tel Aviv District Court on Monday on charges of receiving bribes in exchange for allowing construction of the Holyland luxury residential complex in Jerusalem.

Morsi to Stand Trial Again

Overthrown Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi will be standing trial again. This time Morsi is being accused of "collaborating with foreign organisations to commit terrorist acts...

Egyptian Court Orders Release of Mubarak

An Egyptian court on Wednesday ordered the release of Hosni Mubarak, imprisoned for several months while awaiting trial on a charge of corruption. The former...

Muslim Brotherhood Picks Hawk as New Leader

The appointment means that the MBs are in no mood for peaceful negotiations.

Russian Human Rights Council to Review Jewish Teacher’s Graft Sentence

The Kremlin’s human rights council is reviewing a prison sentence meted out to Ilya Farber, a Jewish schoolteacher convicted of corruption. The regional court of...

Excluding Jews and Others From Juries

As ever, Muslims raise startling new issues and Islam drives the social and legal agenda in the West.

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