Migdal murderer: I'm a catJust prior to court hearing, Selah tells reporters he's a cat, gets down on all fours.
Police investigate Israeli mediaIsraeli courts allow police to demand documentation from most Israeli media outlets after media violates Selah murder case gag order.
Appeals court rejects request to reinstate travel banAppeals court rejects Justice Department's request to reinstate US President Trump's travel ban.
Judge slams police's handling of Jewish-Arab school arsonJerusalem judge criticizes police prosecution of arson suspect's case.
Terrorist sentenced to life for murdering Israeli soldierJudge from Tel Aviv District Court stipulates that terrorist must be incarcerated at least 40 years, and may not be exchanged.
Court believes prosecution witness - but acquits defendantJerusalem Magistrates Court clears youth of charge of assaulting IDF officer, citing reasonable doubt of mistaken identification by witness.
Attorney: If Yaakov Teitel Were Arab, He'd Get More PrivilegesRehavia Piltz, the attorney for Yaakov Teitel, complains that Arab security prisoners were treated better than his client.
Jerusalem Remains a City without a CountryThe US Administration obstinately refuses to recognize Israel's capital.
Rabbi Pinto: My Suffering Saves Jews From 'Judgment'Rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto told followers that his suffering in being tried for bribery "will save the Jewish people from “a difficult judgment."
PA Will Stand Trial in New York for TerrorismShurat Hadin wins major decision as court date set in $1 billion lawsuit against PA and PLO for committing and supporting terrorist attacks.
Israel Initiates Free Legal Representation for PoorThe Israel Lawyers Forum has authorized rules to appoint attorneys for those who cannot afford to pay for them.
Arab-Israeli Islamist Convicted Again for Rioting and DisorderSenior Israeli Muslim cleric Sheikh Raed Salah was convicted Thursday of rioting and prevent a peace officer from performing his job.
Bus Company to Pay for 'Choking' PassengersPassengers at 'the most polluted site in Israel' can expect some cash relief, a Jerusalem court ruled.
Life Sentence for Murder of Man who Just Wanted QuietEden Ohayon convicted in murder of Be’er Sheva man who asked him to quiet down so his daughter could sleep.
Longest Trial Ever: Two Sentenced 23 Years After Crime23 years after the events themselves, and 11 years after an indictment was first handed down, 2 Israelis were sentenced for embezzling
Court, Towns Say No to Hareidi Schools in Secular AreasChildren attending a hareidi religious school in the central Israel town of Kadima protested after a court ordered the school closed.
Att'y Ben-Gvir Wins Legal Precedent For Samaria MinorNationalist attorney wins case for minor arrested by Ariel police who 'forgot' to inform his parents, says will force police consideration.
US Couple in Qatar Charged with Starving DaughterIn Qatar for husband's engineering work for 2022 World Cup project, couple accused of killing adopted 8 year old daughter.
French Court Upholds Firing of Muslim Woman Over HeadscarfA Paris appeals court upholds right of kindergarten to fire Muslim who insisted on wearing hijab headscarf.
Egypt's Brotherhood Challenges Verdict That Seized Group FundsMuslim Brotherhood tries to appeal a court verdict which seized group funds. Brotherhood says it was issued by an "incompetent court."
Court Orders ‘Talkback’ ID RevealedCourt orders Haaretz to reveal information on person who sent talkback criticizing ministry.
Israeli Court Awards Liquidation of 'Better Place'Israeli court awards liquidation of all Israel-based assets and Swiss-based intellectual property of recently-bankrupt Better Place.
Jerusalem Court Orders Transparency of Arab LandownersJerusalem court orders state to provide Jewish residents in Judea and Samaria with information on the identities of nearby Arabs landowners.
Amsterdam Court: Anne Frank Museum Must Return ArchivesAmsterdam court orders Anne Frank museum to return archives on loan from a Swiss foundation set up by the father of the Jewish teenager.
'Gun Negligent' Father Gets Community Service For Son's ShootingA man whose son killed a fellow thirteen year old classmate with his gun was sentenced to 350 hours of community service instead of jail.
Times Square Anti-Semitic 'Elmo' Charged with ExtortionNew York City's anti-Semitic 'Elmo' attempted to extort $2 million from the Girl Scouts, in another provocation since last year's tirade.
NJ Father Wears Nazi Uniform to Child Custody HearingA New Jersey man, best known for naming his son Adolf Hitler, arrived in court on Monday wearing a Nazi uniform.
‘Jewish Terrorist’ Appeals Life SentenceJack Teitel’s attorneys say court that handed down life sentence overlooked his mental state.
Trial of Prominent German Neo-Nazi Cell PostponedMunich court said Monday it would delay the beginning of trial proceedings of neo-Nazi cell to allow for a new media accreditation process.
US Budget Cuts Could Delay Trial of Bin Laden Son-In-LawThe highly anticipated trial of Osama bin Laden's son-in-law could be delayed due to U.S. federal budget cuts.
Court Awards Prime Yesha Land to Jordanian Arabs95 dunams (23.4 acres) next to the Israeli town of Alfei Menashe will be handed over to the descendants of Arabs who fled Israel in 1967
Egyptian Court Acquits Jewish Leader of FraudPresident of the Egyptian Jewish community acquitted of fraud and embezzlement of $450,000, the Egyptian Independent reported.
Hungarian Court Annuls Religious Recognition LawHungary annuls part of a controversial law that ended official recognition and state funding for scores of religious communities.
Court Removes Gag Order on Mysterious Australian Prisoner XIsraeli court removes gag order on investigation into Prisoner X, an Australian who allegedly committed suicide in prison in 2010.
ICC Orders Libya to Hand Over Qaddafi's Former Spy ChiefInternational Criminal Court judges demand Libya hand over Qaddafi's former spy chief.
Judge Orders US Government to Stop Censoring 9/11 HearingsA military judge ordered the US government to stop censoring pre-trial 9/11 hearings from outside the courtroom.
Court Rules: Texas Jewish Inmate Should Be Served Kosher FoodA Jewish man imprisoned for murder in Texas should be served kosher meals, a federal appeals court ruled.
State Must Pay Arabs for Erroneous Murder ConvictionThe state must pay two Israeli Arab men for a wrongful murder conviction, the Nazareth District Court ruled Wednesday.
Rabbi Convicted for Anti-Disengagement StatementsHarsh criticism over the IDF Chief Rabbi’s stance on Disengagement puts rabbi in court.
Former Chief Rabbi IndictedFormer Sephardi Chief Rabbi Eliyahu Bakshi Doron was indicted for allegedly forging Rabbinate certifications for soldiers and police.
Mother of 'I Am Bomb, Jihad' T-Shirt Boy Appears in French CourtThe mother and uncle of a three-year-old boy named Jihad appeared in French court Wednesday for sending him to school in "I am a bomb" shirt
Abbas to Pursue Israel at Criminal Court Over Housing PlansPA chairman Abbas said “Palestine” could pursue Israel at International Criminal Court if it pushes ahead with housing plans.
German Court Drops Investigation into Nazi Massacre in ItalyGerman court drops investigation into 17 former Nazi SS soldiers for taking part in the wartime massacre of 560 citizens in Italian village.
Police: Guard’s Murder Wasn’t TerrorismPolice tell a Petach Tikva court that the Arab Israeli men who murdered a security guard in Samaria should not be considered terrorists.
Families of 9/11 Victims Appeal NY Court Decision on RemainsRelatives of victims of Sept. 11 attacks are appealing a court decision that will decide where unidentified remains will rest.
Longest Serving Female Inmate in US Released from PrisonBetty Smithey, the longest-incarcerated woman in America, was released from custody after serving 49 years in prison for murdering an infant
Accused Nazi War Criminal Wins Extradition BattleAustralia's High Court ruled that suspected Nazi war criminal cannot be extradited to Hungary to face war crimes accusations.
Judge Overrules Jewish Mother, OKs 10-Year-Old Child's BaptismA British judge has allowed a 10-year-old Jewish child to convert to Christianity against her Jewish mother’s wishes.
Hotel Shangri-La Discrimination Case Heats UpA discrimination case involving a group of L.A. Jews, affiliated with a pro-Israel organization, and a Muslim hotel owner began on July 26.
NY Deli to Continue Selling Kosher 'Heart-Attack' SandwichesA U.S. District Court Judge in Manhattan ruled that the 2nd Avenue Deli may keep selling its "Instant Heart Attack" sandwich.
Reform to Add ‘Second Degree Murder’ ChargeA proposed legal reform would add a charge for non-premeditated murder, putting killers behind bars for longer.
Court Rules Survivor's Family Must Return Artifact to BerlinA court ruled that the family of a Holocaust survivor must return a 3,200-year-old artifact to a German museum.
‘Resident’ Status Given in Ramat MigronResidents of Ramat Migron follow Mitzpe Avichai man in being recognized as “permanent residents” of their outpost home.
ADL: Court Decision to Fine Journalist 'Turns World Upside Down'The Anti-Defamation League criticized court decision to fine Italian journalist who had courage to speak out against an anti-Semitic cartoon
Nationalists Guilty of Using Carrier Pigeons?A judge rejects a government appeal not to release nationalists jailed under British Mandate laws. Did they use carrier pigeons or SMS?
High Court: Talmon "Outpost" Neighborhood Can StayDespite criticizing the move, the High Court said it would not dispute the authorization of a new neighborhood (ie "outpost") in Talmon.
MKs Propose to Stop Leftist Groups from Abusive LawsuitsA new proposal would prevent leftist groups from unilaterally suing on behalf of alleged "victims" when those victims do not wish to sue.