Report shows spike in valid complaints against judges

The Representative for Public Complaints Against Judges, retired Supreme Court Justice Eliezer Rivlin, on Tuesday presented his 2015 annual report which noted a spike from 11 percent to 18% in complaints against judges which were found to be valid.

A valid complaint indicates that the judge made one of a variety of possible errors.


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