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Netanyahu graft trial to resume next week as courts end emergency footing

Jeremy Sharon is The Times of Israel’s legal affairs and settlements reporter

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrives at the District Court in Jerusalem to listen to the testimony of businessman Arnon Milchan in his corruption trial on June 25, 2023 (Oren Ben Hakoon/POOL)
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrives at the District Court in Jerusalem to listen to the testimony of businessman Arnon Milchan in his corruption trial on June 25, 2023 (Oren Ben Hakoon/POOL)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s trial on corruption charges, which was suspended along with all other non-urgent cases after October 7, will resume next week.

Following the expiration today of the emergency footing that Justice Minister Yariv Levin put in place for the courts when the war with Hamas began last month, Levin gave instructions for most courts to resume normal operations tomorrow.

The next hearing in Netanyahu’s trial in the Jerusalem District Court will now take place this coming Monday.

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