Israel’s Constitution of 1958 with Amendments through 2013
Article 1. […] 2. A person vested with judicial power shall not, in judicial matters, be subject to any authority but that of the Law.
Judicial Council or Parallel Institution
Article 13. Disciplinary proceedings. A judge shall be subject to the jurisdiction of a Court of Discipline. b. A Court of Discipline shall consist of judges or judges retired on pension appointed by the President of the Supreme Court. c. Provisions as to the grounds for instituting disciplinary proceedings, the modes of filing complaints, the composition of the bench, the powers of the Court of Discipline and the disciplinary measures it shall be authorized to impose shall be prescribed by Law. The rules of procedure shall be in accordance with Law. Article 12. Criminal proceedings a. No criminal investigation shall be opened against a judge save with the consent of the Attorney-General, and no indictment shall be filed against a judge saved by the Attorney-General. b. A criminal charge against a judge shall not be tried save before a District Court consisting of three judges, unless the judge has consented that the charge be tried in the ordinary manner. c. The provisions of this section shall not apply to categories of offences designated by Law.
Attorney General’s Office
Article 12. Criminal proceedings a. No criminal investigation shall be opened against a judge save with the consent of the Attorney-General, and no indictment shall be filed against a judge saved by the Attorney-General.