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Court to city: It's time to compromise

Court to Tel Aviv Municipality: Consider holding Rosh Yehudi events on municipal property or outdoors.

Court to city: It's time to compromise

Court upholds Tel Aviv ban on Yom Kippur prayer partition

District Court allows municipality to ban gender partition mandate by Halakha at Dizengoff Square Yom Kippur prayers.

Court upholds Tel Aviv ban on Yom Kippur prayer partition

Tel Aviv court orders Yair Netanyahu to pay NIS 250,000

District Court rejects appeal by son of former PM Netanyahu in defamation case filed by former Walla editor Avi Alkalay.

Tel Aviv court orders Yair Netanyahu to pay NIS 250,000

Tel Aviv court convicts daycare provider of child abuse

Daycare provider is convicted of child abuse, attack by a responsible party. 'Incidents are ugly but most aren't criminal,' attorney says.

Tel Aviv court convicts daycare provider of child abuse

Court orders halt to Jaffa construction following Arab riots

The Tel Aviv District Court issues temporary order halting construction of homeless shelter in Jaffa after petition by Muslim Council.

Court orders halt to Jaffa construction following Arab riots

Two life sentences plus 20 years for murdering 2 at prayer

The Tel Aviv District court sentenced a terrorist who stabbed 2 Jews to death to 2 life sentences plus twenty years.

Two life sentences plus 20 years for murdering 2 at prayer

Auditor for the prosecution: Justice Minister picks David Rosen

Legal Forum for the Land of Israel: "The position of the Audit Commissioner needs...knowledge of how to act responsibly and without fear"

Auditor for the prosecution: Justice Minister picks David Rosen

Baby's future to be determined by DNA test

Immigration authorities wanted to deport baby who arrived at airport with Israeli woman claiming to be her mother, court orders DNA test.

Baby's future to be determined by DNA test

Three Yafo Arabs indicted for throwing firebombs at police

Mahmoud Galush, 18, recruited two minors to join him in nighttime attack on security forces in Yafo.

Three Yafo Arabs indicted for throwing firebombs at police

Greek Orthodox Church to Pay $2.9 Mil to Israeli Lawyer

Church ordered to pay years' worth of accumulated legal fees in Israeli property cases dating back to 2002.

Greek Orthodox Church to Pay $2.9 Mil to Israeli Lawyer

Rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto Sentenced to 1 Year in Prison

Rabbi at center of multiple corruption scandals fined, sentenced; judge rejects arguments for leniency over plea deal, medical condition.

Rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto Sentenced to 1 Year in Prison

Assault Charges Dismissed Against Hadash MK

Nine year-old charges dropped for assaulting a right-wing activist due to the length of time passed, justices said.

Assault Charges Dismissed Against Hadash MK

Rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto Convicted

Shuvu Yisrael sect leader in the center of corruption scandal confesses as part of plea bargain.

Rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto Convicted

Tel Aviv Bus Terrorist Committed Attack for 'Al-Aqsa'

Hamza Matrouk, who stabbed numerous people on a #40 bus in Tel Aviv in late January, was indicted Thursday at the Tel Aviv District Court.

Tel Aviv Bus Terrorist Committed Attack for 'Al-Aqsa'

Hotovely Wins Appeal; Likud Recount is Stopped Short

MK Tzipi Hotovely wins appeal against Likud Court's decision for a full recount; Avi Dichter likely to appeal to Supreme Court.

Hotovely Wins Appeal; Likud Recount is Stopped Short

Suit Filed Against Pipeline Company for 'Environmental Disaster'

Lawsuit to the tune of 380 million shekel calls for damages to the National Parks Authority, Eilat residents over oil spill.

Suit Filed Against Pipeline Company for 'Environmental Disaster'

Attorneys Flee After Rabbi Pinto Violates Plea Bargain

Longtime representation in major bribery case requests to withdraw, after Pinto's interview with major media crosses legal lines.

Attorneys Flee After Rabbi Pinto Violates Plea Bargain

Man Confesses to Armed Robbery - Because of Yom Kippur

Schizophrenic man confesses to robbing gas station - six months after proceedings began - due to a need for 'closure.'

Man Confesses to Armed Robbery - Because of Yom Kippur

Court Rules IDF Fumbled 'Terror Tunnel Solution' a Decade Ago

Gag order lifted in decade-old case against IDF, Defense Ministry over failed R&D project to battle terror tunnels.

Court Rules IDF Fumbled 'Terror Tunnel Solution' a Decade Ago

Tel Aviv Bus Bomber Gets 25-Year Prison Sentence

Judge: 'no leniency' for Muhammad Faraj, Hamas terrorist responsible for the November 2012 #142 bus bombing in Tel Aviv.

Tel Aviv Bus Bomber Gets 25-Year Prison Sentence

In Last Minute Appeal to Readers, Ma'ariv Front Cover Left Blank

Employees of Israel's Ma'ariv newspaper plan to tell the Tel Aviv District Court Tuesday that they oppose the proposed sale of the paper

In Last Minute Appeal to Readers, Ma'ariv Front Cover Left Blank

Five Lightly Hurt in Ra'anana Factory Blasts; Terror Ruled Out

A man, 25, was struck in the head by flying debris and two women inhaled smoke. Cooking gas may have exploded.

Five Lightly Hurt in Ra'anana Factory Blasts; Terror Ruled Out