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News and updates about State Prosecution

This week's hearings in Netanyahu's trial canceled

Announcement comes after Prosecution notified court that no spyware was illegally used against suspects in Netanyahu's cases.

Hearings in Netanyahu's trial canceled

Almost a year later, still no justice for Ahuvya Sandak

Family appeals to State Prosecutor to speed up process of bringing the guilty to trial. Interrogations of police involved ended months ago.

Almost a year later, still no justice for Ahuvya Sandak

State Prosecution decides: Arab mob attack on Jew in Jaffa not racially motivated

Indictment explains that victim wasn't wearing any "Jewish symbols," inconclusive proof that attack was racist in nature.

State Prosecution: Arab mob attack on Jew not racially motivated

Ex-Minister Confirms Prosecution's Reign of Terror

Daniel Friedman confirms that politicians fear the Prosecution may punish them for policies it dislikes.

Ex-Justice Minister Confirms Prosecution's Reign of Terrorplayer

Attorney General to Indict Rabbi Pinto

Attorney General's office decides to issue indictment against Pinto for corruption, bribery and other charges.

Attorney General to Indict Rabbi Yeshayahu Pinto

New Watchdog for State Prosecution Starts Work

Justice Minister Livni: new body will be an address for public complaints.

New Watchdog for State Prosecution Starts Work

Lieberman Acquittal: The Day After

Arutz Sheva analyst discusses how pride, money played into court case. Lieberman faces hard struggle to restore his ministry.

Lieberman Acquittal: The Day After

State Attys: Migron Land Purchase ‘Problematic’

State prosecutors tell ministers there are legal issues in Migron, Hevron and Beit El.

State Attys: Migron Land Purchase ‘Problematic’