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Investigation and Testimony Procedures Law (2005)

Government of Israel Country Resources Capacity related legislation Israel 2005 Legislation/regulation disability, severe mental illness

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The Israeli Investigation and Testimony Procedures Law of 2005 provides accommodations for persons with cognitive and mental disabilities whose impairment affects their capacity to be investigated or to submit testimony.

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