Should Israeli courts eat the fruits of the poisoned tree?
Mordechai Kremnitzer is a senior research fellow and a former vice president for research at the Israel Democracy Institute. He is also professor emeritus at the faculty of law at the Hebrew University, and a former dean of the faculty. He specializes in criminal law and constitutional law.
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