Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived at Jerusalem’s District Court on Monday morning as the corruption trial against him resumed. A panel of three judges will hear defence attorneys respond for the first time to the indictment filed against the 71-year-old, the first sitting premier in Israel’s history to stand trial. This is the second time Netanyahu is appearing in court. He did so first in May, when the indictment was read out to him. The indictment accuses him of bribery, fraud and breach of trust in three separate cases.