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View Poll Results: Senate's verdict on CJ

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  • Guilty!

    58 84.06%
  • Not Guilty

    9 13.04%
  • i couldn't care less

    2 2.90%
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    #1301
    Quote Originally Posted by CoDer View Post
    Umpisa na ang constitutional crisis, tnx to Corona.
    pati na ng kagulohan ng mga rallyistang pro and anti-corona.

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    #1302
    Quote Originally Posted by chua_riwap View Post
    * padre faura:

    si corona para nang si pope.
    nasa balcony siya ng sc.
    tumitingin sa langit panay taas ng 2 kamay.......

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    #1303
    SC is too politicized. and most of the time yung nag-aaway ang may kagagawan.
    walang pinaglayo sa away ni chavit at erap nun yan. dati magkakampi,

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    #1304
    Quote Originally Posted by c_cube View Post
    bakit ba panay sabi na labag sa constitution ang impeachment? diba technically ang impeachment ay legal at dumaan sa proseso? so paano naging labag?

    yun isang account ni CJ, from 8M naging 12M in one year, ano kaya racket nito?

    pero seriously mga taga judiciary, hindi ba kaduda duda yun ganun paglaki ng bank account kung sweldo ng isang CJ 50K per month plus bonuses at allowance pa? siguro hindi gumagastos kahit 1 petot si CJ para makaipon ng ganun kalaki.
    Mahirap maghusga agad. There is a possibility that he also have a family business, and kung may pagkakamali man sya in his SALN, it might be his omission to state his full business interest. Let's wait for the defense turn.

    I have a friend na RTC Judge in his 60's, he is not merely a judge but a businessman, sabi nya ng pabiro, pag namatay sya, yong mamanahin ng 2 anak nya is at least tig-20 million. Di ko na tinanong kung yong cash pa lang ba yon o lahat na ng assets nya.

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    #1305
    Quote Originally Posted by shadow View Post
    Hinde ko alam, pero baka siya head ng security

    INC=iglesia ni corona
    nice one. hehe! INC-Iglesia ni Corona.

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    #1306
    Quote Originally Posted by chua_riwap View Post
    eh dapat magtawag na rin ang mga anti-corona.
    labanan na ng people power.
    siguro naman mas marami ang anti-corona nyan.
    nag-rally din kanina ang anti-corona sa harap ng senate. di na talaga maalis yang mga pro and anti na yan, just like nong erap and davide empeachment issues. Dito lang ata sa tsikot mas marami ang anti corona. take a look at the comments in yahoo news about corona's impeachment. Parang mas marami ata ang pro corona, tapos almost all justices, judges and court employees support him. Plus the IBP, Ateneo Law School and Iglesia ni Cristo. Kaya kung sakaling kumandidato sya sa pagka-senador next year, siguradong panalo yan.

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    #1307
    Quote Originally Posted by wowiesy View Post
    Tama yan. Sana.... But being a lawyer, why would you waive your rights? O sige granted na it may indicate his hands are not clean... The thing is... Leave him a graceful exit... Ang angyari ambush sa media then impeachment, hoping na mag resign...

    Tuloy kung nagka constitutional crisis sino ang talo, the same institutions that we want to strengthen...
    Tama!

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    #1308
    Quote Originally Posted by wowiesy View Post
    It is the constitution that gave the power and responsibility to the senate as an impeachment court. It is also the constitution that also LIMITS the consequences of a guilty verdict ( removal from office and ineligibility for government office ). They ( Senate as an impeachment court) are only tasked to decide on the case at bar. Sa decision nila i take the position na yes, sila ang supreme - d pwede ireview ng Supreme Court. di rin provided ng constitution na pwede ireview ng SC ang decision ng Impeachment court.

    But as to how they arrive to a decision, i believe they still have to abide by the law at all times. Where the law does not provide exemptions, you can not make one for yourself. While it is also the constitution that provides for the bill of rights and holds due process to be of utmost importance, just because the respondent hasn't waived his rights, it doesnt mean na impeachment court can do everything that violates the rights and protection of the constitution and relevant laws afforded to the respondent.

    Andysn na tayo na nakikita natin na may limitations ang batas. Solution then is to have the law amended (attention congress who prioritize non legislative functions ) or have the supreme court declare the covering provisions or the whole law as unconstitutional. May proseso pa rin.
    In Philippine History, I think that we do not yet have an Impeachable officer who was found guilty by the impeachment court, hence, we do not have a jurisprudence where the Supreme Court review the decision of the former. However, I do believe that the Supreme Court can review the decision of the Impeachment Court based on Rule 65 of the Rules of Court in relation to Article VIII of the 1987 Philippine Constitution, because the impeachment Court is a quasi-judicial tribunal.

    Section 1, Rule 65: Petition for certiorari. — When any tribunal, board or officer exercising judicial or quasi-judicial functions has acted without or in excess its or his jurisdiction, or with grave abuse of discretion amounting to lack or excess of jurisdiction, and there is no appeal, or any plain, speedy, and adequate remedy in the ordinary course of law, a person aggrieved thereby may file a verified petition in the proper court, alleging the facts with certainty and praying that judgment be rendered annulling or modifying the proceedings of such tribunal, board or officer, and granting such incidental reliefs as law and justice may require.

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    #1309
    Quote Originally Posted by galant E SS View Post
    nag-rally din kanina ang anti-corona sa harap ng senate. di na talaga maalis yang mga pro and anti na yan, just like nong erap and davide empeachment issues. Dito lang ata sa tsikot mas marami ang anti corona. take a look at the comments in yahoo news about corona's impeachment. Parang mas marami ata ang pro corona, tapos almost all justices, judges and court employees support him. Plus the IBP, Ateneo Law School and Iglesia ni Cristo. Kaya kung sakaling kumandidato sya sa pagka-senador next year, siguradong panalo yan.

    Gee, I'd like to see him try it.

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    #1310
    Quote Originally Posted by galant E SS View Post
    Mahirap maghusga agad. There is a possibility that he also have a family business, and kung may pagkakamali man sya in his SALN, it might be his omission to state his full business interest. Let's wait for the defense turn.

    I have a friend na RTC Judge in his 60's, he is not merely a judge but a businessman, sabi nya ng pabiro, pag namatay sya, yong mamanahin ng 2 anak nya is at least tig-20 million. Di ko na tinanong kung yong cash pa lang ba yon o lahat na ng assets nya.
    Well kahit mapa tunayan pa ng defense na legit ang source ng 31M bank deposit ni Corona which I doubt, he's still liable for not declaring it on his ITR and SALN.

    Palusot ni Esguerra... Pera ba talaga ni CJ yan?

    Dapat mag pakita ng ngipin ang senate next week in light of the development in the SC.

Impeachment against CJ Corona..