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Gaby Lasky

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Gaby Lasky & Partners

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Gaby Lasky & Partners

Background Information

Employment History

Attorney

Israeli


Counsel, Attorney

Nawaj'ah


Director

Peace Now


Affiliations

Public Committee

Legal Advisor


Meretz USA

Member of the Executive


PCATI

Legal Advisor


Judea

Legal Advisor


Social Forum

Founder


Education

degrees

sociology , art history and in law , native


Web References(162 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)


Soldiers enter home of B'Tselem volunteers in Hebron, awake children, photograph them, and confiscate footage filmed by the volunteers | B'Tselem

www.btselem.org [cached]

Gaby Lasky contacted the Legal Advisor for Judea and Samaria on B'Tselem's behalf and demanded that the hard disk and memory card taken by the soldiers be returned.
Gaby Lasky for the return of the hard disk. On 29 March 2015, Lieut.


Father of Palestinian youth killed by soldiers in Budrus petitions High Court to end delay in investigation | B'Tselem

www.btselem.org [cached]

Gaby Lasky, noted that every day that goes by without a decision by the MAG reduces the chances that effective criminal procedures be taken against the perpetrators.


HCJ instructs MAG Corps and State Attorney's Office to reach a decision in Samir 'Awad case within three months | B'Tselem

www.btselem.org [cached]

Gaby Lasky argued that although nearly two years have elapsed since the incident, and although the Palestinian eyewitnesses cooperated fully with the investigation and all relevant evidence had been provided, no decision has been made in the file to date.
Lasky argued that the extreme delay in the process was unreasonable and that it exacerbated the harm to the family and to the rule of law. Adv. Lasky cited recommendation No. 10 in the yet-to-be-implemented Turkel Commission report, whereby a time limit must be imposed on the duration of investigations by the Military Police Investigation Unit (MPIU). Adv. Lasky added that the transparency of these investigations must also come under review. She said that, despite the 'Awad family's status as victims of crime, they were not apprised of the progress made in the investigation other than terse updates sent by the MAG Corps.


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