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    #181
    after all these "brouhaha" on both sides, now you know why the former chief justice Reynato Puno advised Pnoy what to do when Pnoy offered him a position in the govt. but i think Pnoy and his student council rejected the idea for whatever reason known to them. maybe the administration have their own agenda. or it may backfire to them specially their campaign contributors.

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    #182
    Quote Originally Posted by Altis6453 View Post
    Errr...matagal nang mayaman is Estelito Mendoza. Ewan ko lang kay Flaminiano.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ry_Tower View Post
    Pareho na bigtime mga yan.
    who could resist a fat paycheck? :D

    lawyers are just advertising themselves kaya nagcocomment sa issue ni GMA....

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    #183
    Pag nangyari ito, ano pa ang habol ng PNoy gov't? Ano next move nila?
    Baka biglang mawala sakit ni Pandak at may booking na yan...diretso na ng NAIA.


    http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/97545/s...-arroyo-arrest


    Supreme Court may undo Arroyo arrest

    Former President and now Pampanga Representative Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo may still get a reprieve if the Supreme Court declares as unconstitutional the joint Commission on Elections and the Department of Justice (Comelec-DOJ) panel that recommended her prosecution for alleged electoral fraud, officials said.

    Comelec Commissioner Rene Sarmiento expressed fears that the high tribunal might short-circuit the Aquino administration’s move, regarded as unprecedented in the annals of Philippine jurisprudence, to arrest Arroyo for allegedly sabotaging the 2007 balloting and thus prevent her from leaving for medical treatment abroad. Malacañang has said the trip was a cover to seek asylum and escape prosecution.
    Sarmiento told reporters on Friday about the possibility Arroyo would be freed should the high tribunal rule in favor of the petitions questioning the constitutionality of the panel.

    “If the Supreme Court would say it is illegal or unconstitutional, that might be the effect … it might nullify [her arrest],” said Sarmiento, who was among five of the seven members of the Comelec en banc who voted for the filing of electoral sabotage against Arroyo on Friday.
    Supreme Court spokesperson Midas Marquez told the Philippine Daily Inquirer on Sunday that the petitions filed by Arroyo’s husband, Jose Miguel “Mike” Arroyo, and former Comelec Chairman Benjamin Abalos remained pending.

    “If the panel is adjudged as unconstitutional, then of course all the proceedings conducted by that panel would have to be nullified,” Marquez said. “But again, we have to wait for the decision of the court. I don’t want to preempt what the court will do next.”
    Arroyo, 64, who is suffering a rare bone ailment, is now under “hospital arrest” at St. Luke’s Medical Center in Taguig City, after Pasay City Regional Trial Court (RTC) Judge Jesus Mupas found probable cause to warrant trial of the nonbailable criminal charge penalized with life imprisonment.

    The Comelec-DOJ panel early on Friday approved the resolution charging Arroyo, three days after Justice Secretary Leila de Lima ignored a temporary restraining order (TRO) issued by the Supreme Court on her directive barring Arroyo from leaving the country for medical treatment.

    Legal eagles say the TRO is an “extraordinary measure” to prevent irreparable harm against individuals brought by “awesome” state powers.

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    #184
    Haven't the SC learned their lessons?

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    #185
    no choice hangat me nagrereklamo. yun naman talaga trabaho judiciary. some people talaga e inaabuso yung pagrereklamo. democracy at its weakness especially in the phil.

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    #186
    Quote Originally Posted by chua_riwap View Post
    Pag nangyari ito, ano pa ang habol ng PNoy gov't? Ano next move nila?
    Baka biglang mawala sakit ni Pandak at may booking na yan...diretso na ng NAIA.


    Supreme Court may undo Arroyo arrest | Inquirer News
    bro, mind games yan. inuuhanah nila ang move ng SC para ang media e gumawa ng tsimis. so the SC will be in their toes. unfortunately yung mga lawyers ni estrada e lawyer naman in gma ngayon hehehe. di talaga tayo natututo.

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    #187
    sad to say i think lawyer cannot choose client

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    #188
    Quote Originally Posted by jansky View Post
    sad to say i think lawyer cannot choose client
    Wherever did you get that idea? If you're not a public defense attorney (which these high-end lawyers are definitely not), you're free to accept and reject clients.

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    #189
    Quote Originally Posted by vinj View Post
    PI nilang lahat. Lakas lakas pag dating sa kurakot tapos pag nahuli, sakit, high blood, etc...

    G.R. No. 115407

    since then the court has been forcing the accused to perjure themselves...what a convenient way to evade this reasonable public humiliation.

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    #190
    mugshots of GMA.....



    http://www.inquirer.net/


De Lima order to hold Arroyo is it unconstitutional ?