(CNN) -- Here's a look at the life of former Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert.
Personal: Birth date: September 30, 1945
Birth place: Binyamina, Palestine (now Israel)
Birth name: Ehud Olmert
Father: Mordechai Olmert, member of the Knesset
Mother: Bella Olmert
Marriage: Aliza Olmert, artist and playwright
Children: two sons: Ariel and Shaul, and three daughters Dana, Michal and Shuli
Education: Hebrew University of Jerusalem, B.A., 1968 (psychology and philosophy), Hebrew University of Jerusalem, L.L.B, 1973 (law)
Military service: Israel Defense Forces (IDF), Combat Infantry Unit Officer
Other Facts: Olmert grew up in a settlement called Nahalat Jabotinsky near present-day Binyamina.
Elected mayor of Jerusalem in 1993, Olmert defeated Teddy Kollek with 59% of the vote. Kollek had been mayor since 1965.
One of his daughters is adopted.
He was successfully treated for prostate cancer in 2007.
Timeline: 1971 - Completes military service in the IDF as a military correspondent for the journal "Bamachane".
1973 - Becomes the youngest person ever elected to the Knesset.
1975-1978 - Practices law in a private firm.
1988-1990 - Olmert is appointed Minister without Portfolio, responsible for minority affairs, by Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir.
1990-1992 - Minister of Health
1993-2003 - Mayor of Jerusalem
1998 - Resigns from the Knesset, in keeping with an amendment to the Basic Laws of Israel that forbids Knesset members from holding other public offices.
February 2003 - Is re-elected to the Knesset and named Vice Prime Minister. Olmert is also named Minister of Industry, Trade and Labor.
August 9, 2003-January 10, 2005 - Minister of Communication.
August 9-November 7, 2005 - Acting Minister of Finance, replacing Benjamin Netanyahu
November 7, 2005 - Olmert is appointed Minister of Finance
November 2005 - Leaves the Likud party and joins Ariel Sharon to form the new Kadima party.
January 5, 2006 - Is named acting prime minister after Ariel Sharon suffers a stroke.
March 28, 2006 - The Kadima party wins the largest number of parliamentary seats, ensuring that Olmert will be the next prime minister.
May 4, 2006 - Is sworn in as the 12th Prime Minister of Israel.
May 26, 2006 - Addresses a joint session of the United States Congress.
May 8, 2008 - Israeli police and the Ministry of Justice reveal they are investigating Olmert for receiving money illegally while he was mayor of Jerusalem and a cabinet minister.
July 30, 2008 - Olmert announces his intention to resign as prime minister when Kadima elects a new chairman.
September 18, 2008 - Tzipi Livni becomes the leader of the Kadima party.
September 20, 2008 - Announces his resignation shortly after police recommend charges in corruption probes surrounding him. He continues as caretaker prime minister until a successor is sworn in.
March 31, 2009 - Benjamin Netanyahu is sworn in as Prime Minister.
August 30, 2009 - Is indicted in several corruption cases on charges including fraud and breach of trust.
September 25, 2009-July 10, 2012 - Olmert's corruption trial ends after almost three years with him being found guilty of breach of trust, and being acquitted on two corruption-related charges.
January 5, 2012 - Is indicted on bribery charges, along with 14 others, in connection with three Jerusalem real estate projects, known as the Holyland Affair.
February 13, 2012 - Holyland Affair trial begins.
September 24, 2012 - Is sentenced to pay a fine of 75,300 New Israeli Shekels (about $19,000) and a 3 month suspended jail sentence. As part of his sentencing he is cleared to run for political office.
July 4, 2013 - Reversing an earlier claim that the office was too busy, the prosecution is seeking to appeal Olmert's July 2012 acquittals.