An Israeli court has acquitted former prime minister Ehud Olmert of two major corruption charges, while convicting him of a lesser offense.
The court said Tuesday Olmert was guilty of breach of trust in connection with aiding a friend while serving as Israel's trade and industry minister.
He was also facing allegations of illegally accepting funds from an American businessman and double-billing Jewish groups for trips abroad.
Olmert denied any wrongdoing, but resigned as prime minister after being indicted in 2008.
He is still facing trial in connection with a bribery scandal during his time as Jerusalem's mayor.