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The Mishneh says that David should have brought Uriah before the Sanhedrin for rebellion against the King (assuming he calls Joab his lord rather than David his lord, we might derive that he was in rebellion two fold by despising the word of David (to return to his house) and his siding with Joab (who sought the kingdom and was later slain for his own ...
There is mention somewhere that a descendant of Moshe was in charge of finance at the time of David HaMelech. Interestingly, if you read Benjamin of Tudela, in his travel to Bavel (Iraq) in the 12th century, there were 2 Levi dayans (Judges) that has yichus going back to Moshe Rabeinu.
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