Shaul and Iris Elovich, the defendants in the 4000 case, today (Sunday) asked the court to oblige the State Attorney’s Office to reveal with which case it intends to open the trial of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and what the order of the witnesses will be questioned. Advocates Elovich asked not to open with the 4000 case, due to the large scope of the investigation materials.
Through their attorneys, Jacques Chen and Michal Rosen-Ozer, the couple demanded that the prosecution also clarify the order of the witnesses to be questioned in the proceedings, as well as transfer without delay any documentation to meetings with witnesses in preparation for their testimony. In a request filed this morning, Rosen and Chen wrote that at the reading hearing, which took place on May 24, they asked the prosecution to announce the order of the cases to be presented in the evidence and the expected order of witnesses accompanying the documents the accused seeks to present.
In the response of the State Attorney’s Office at the time, no unequivocal answer was given by the plaintiff in the case of Liat Ben-Ari. Advocates Elowitz attacked Adv. Ben-Ari for the fact that two more weeks have passed since the reminder hearing, but she has not yet found it appropriate to inform the court of the order in which she will ask to present her evidence.