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Lawyer: Katsav ‘convinced of his innocence,’ will appealBy RON FRIEDMAN
“Katsav will go before the Supreme Court with his head held high, with full conviction of the justness of his claims and with faith that the Supreme Court will lend an ear to his arguments,” said Amir.
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Amir said that in light of the sentencing, and particularly in light of the minority opinion expressed by Judge Judith Shevach, the defense was convinced that there is a possibility that both the sentence and the conviction would be overturned.
“We believe that the District Court convicted Katsav based on shaky and unfounded testimony.