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Gaby Lasky

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Gaby Lasky & Partners

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Employment History

General Director

Peace Now


Human Rights Attorney

Israel


Affiliations

Judea

Legal Advisor


Meretz USA

Member


PCATI

Legal Advisor


Public Committee

Legal Advisor


Social Forum

Founder


Education

degrees

sociology , art history and in law , native


Web References(91 Total References)


Military Court Watch

militarycourtwatch.org [cached]

In association with Attorney Gaby Lasky, MCW monitors litigation in the military courts, the Military Appeals Court and the Supreme Court.
Lawyer: Gaby Lasky, Gaby Lasky & Partners Date: 9 January 2012 Issue: Admissibility of improperly obtained evidence Background:- On 23 January 2011, a 14-year-old Palestinian boy (A.T.) was arrested at night by Israeli soldiers from his home in the village of An Nabi Saleh, in the West Bank. A.T. reported that his arrest was violent and threatening. Issue:- A.T.'s lawyer, Gaby Lasky, brought an interlocutory application to challenge the admissibility of the statements made during interrogation on the grounds they were not free and voluntary, as required under Israeli military law. Accordingly, Lasky argued that statements made by A.T. during interrogation were not admissible as evidence because: A.T. was violently arrested at night, intimidated and held in poor conditions; He was interrogated whilst sleep deprived; He was prevented from consulting with his lawyer; He was interrogated in the absence of a parent; He was not properly informed of his right to silence; and Only one out of four interrogators was trained as a youth interrogator.


www.iwps-pal.org

3) Contact Rabbis for Human Rights 02 563 7731, attorney Gaby Lasky (number posted on wall in house) or other Israeli organizers (see printed out phone list under Israeli HR Organisations) and ask them to try and locate the person and see if they need a lawyer.
6) Get the family or friends in touch with a lawyer who can provide legal advice (Gaby Lasky, Lea Tsemel, PCATI)


www.btselem.org

During the hearing at Ofer Military Court, counsel for the police, Sergeant Major Avi Tivoni, responded to questions from Nawaj'ah's counsel, Attorney Gaby Lasky.
Tivoni admitted to the court that the suspicions relate to events that ostensibly occurred about one year ago, and that the land dealer who was allegedly threatened, according to the "Uvda" television program, is an Israeli resident who lives within Israel with his wife and children and who did not complain to the police about the matter at the time. Responding to a question from Attorney Lasky, Tivoni confirmed that a Palestinian resident who wishes to approach the law-enforcement authorities on a matter concerning a Palestinian in the Occupied Territories is indeed supposed to turn to the Palestinian authorities. Counsel for the police further confirmed that the application for detention does not suspect Nawaj'ah of offenses relating to the death of the Palestinian known as "Abu Khalil" - the other incident presented in the "Uvda" broadcast. Later in the hearing, the judge asked counsel for the police whether the investigators have any evidence concerning what - if anything - is done to an Israeli resident whose name is transferred to the Palestinian Authority on suspicion of selling land. Counsel for the police admitted that he did not know and that the investigation has not yielded any information on this matter. Attorney Lasky stated: "My friend's reply to the Court's question is nothing less than amazing.


www.btselem.org

Then, on behalf of B'Tselem, Attorney Gaby Lasky filed the grounds for the demand to reopen the investigations.
In the appeal, Attorney Lasky noted grave investigative failings on the part of both investigative authorities.


ramallahonline.com

(Chicago) - Israeli Human Rights Attorney Gaby Lasky spoke about the challenges Palestinians face under Israeli occupation and Israeli settler violence.
Lasky is the former secretary general of Israeli Peace Now and a former lieutenant of the Israeli Defense Forces. Now she represents Israelis, Palestinians and internationals involved in non-violent resistance to Israeli occupation in Israeli courts. Continue reading →


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