Chief JusticeFed Up with CriticsHigh Court Chief Justice Dorit Beinisch railed at critics Wednesday and charged that “incitement” is undermining the judiciary.
MK Levin: Court System Rotten, Needs 'Root Canal'House Committee Chairman MK Yariv Levin: "I want judges in the courts, not people who see themselves as prime ministers."
38 MKs and Ministers: Stop Beinisch DemolitionsNearly 1/3 of Knesset asks Netanyahu to prevent further destruction of Jewish property in Judea, Samaria before Court President retires.
Migron Protest Outside CourtTwenty-four hours after the demolition of three structures in Migron, protest arrives at High Court's doorstep.
Grunis to Replace Beinisch?Bill by MK Yaakov Katz could mean that Judge Asher Grunis would replace Dorit Beinisch as Supreme Court President in February.
Supreme Court "Gang" Heading OutBeinisch’s term ends in 8 months and the Minister of Justice is postponing new appointments till then, says Yoav Yitzchak.
Leniency for Shoe Thrower?Pinchas Cohen was sentenced to three years in jail after hurling a shoe at the Supreme Court president.
High Court Shows Clear BiasDetailed stats back up claims that the Supreme Court and Chief Justice Benisch give blatant preferential treatment to left-wing associations.
Beinisch Prefers Leftwing GroupsThe Regavim Association has issued a report showing that the Supreme Court gives blatant preferential treatment to left-wing associations.
Beinisch Calls to Uproot CriticsThose who questioned the Supreme Court over the Emanuel affair may face investigation, charges.
'Israel Needs a Constitution'Supreme Court President Beinisch calls for an Israeli constitution, says courts need more funding.
Court Foot-Dragging TargetedCases that drag on for years? The Supreme Court is trying to change this by enforcing stricter guidelines for judicial postponements.
Beinisch: Keep Judges SafeSupreme Court President Beinisch remembers slain judge, calls to protect court system 'so judges can do their work without fear.'
Take Kashrut from Supreme CourtChief Rabbi Amar asks the Knesset to limit the Supreme Court's ability to interfere in matters of Jewish Law.
Court: No Deal for Shalit YetSupreme Court President tells petitioning fathers: details cannot be published because there is no deal yet.