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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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    #1461
    Quote Originally Posted by reactor View Post
    akala ko nga eh haharapin ni CORONA ang mga accusations sa kanya, nagkukubli naman pala sa SC at mukhang doon na din nakatira yung asawa nya. kung naiisip nya na tapusin ang laban at lumabas ang totoo pwede nya hamunin ang prosecutors then ilabas nya lahat na hinihingi na docs. nakakahiya ngayon tumakbo na sya sa SC para ibasura ang impeachment case nya!!! nasa neutral side nga tayo kung ganyan naman ang nakikita mo sa nasasakdal ano pa iisipin mo? sana lang walang magpagamit na sect o grupoi para sa interest ng isang tao.

    In appropriate time sabi ng defense council which is when the defense turn to present their witness. Doon sana natin makita ang nilalaman ng dollar accounts with the permission and authorization of cheap justice.

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    #1462
    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    Angara and Lapid were a suprise to vote against the TRO. The rest are the usual suspect, especially those from the PNoy party.
    hmmm baka kasi.......

    Angara ; kasi anak nya nasa prosecution

    Lapid; di tutulungan ni Pnoy yung asawa pag pumanig sa TRO. saka kay gma lang yan close. not kay cj.:D

    btw, i was more suprised kay koko pimentel.

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    #1463
    di kaya decoy tatics lang ng defense yung bribe daw ng palace sa mga senador? di kaya sila yung totoong nang bribe ng mga senators? remember...di lang ang career ni thief justice nakataya dito...ang totoong nakataya dito ang future at kayamanan ni pandak.

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    #1464
    Quote Originally Posted by fourtheboys96 View Post
    ARTICLE VIII
    JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT
    Section 1. The judicial power shall be vested in one Supreme Court and in such lower courts as may be established by law.

    Judicial power includes the duty of the courts of justice to settle actual controversies involving rights which are legally demandable and enforceable, and to determine whether or not there has been a grave abuse of discretion amounting to lack or excess of jurisdiction on the part of any branch or instrumentality of the Government.
    you're right bro. Art. VIII in relation to Rule 65 of the Rules of Court.

    RULE 65

    Certiorari, Prohibition and Mandamus

    Section 1. 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.


    Even if the Impeachment Court would render a judgement of conviction against the Chief Justice, the latter could file a petition for review under rule 65 of the rules of Court in relation to Article VIII of the 1987 Phil. Constitution, and the SC has the power to review the proceedings/decisions of the Impeachment Court when there is a grave of discretion amounting to lack or excess of jurisdiction on the part of the latter.

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    #1465
    Quote Originally Posted by CoDer View Post
    Anak ng tokwa naman tong si brenda oh. Grandstand nanaman.
    Hindi maganda ginagawa nitong si Brenda.

    Kahit siguro may pagkukulang itong prosecution, her behavior towards Tupas is uncalled for & unparliamentary. Ni-lectureran pa siya in public & this is grandstanding at its worst.

    Di ba pwedeng i-admonish ni Manong Johny itong si Brenda?
    She'd be a national embarrassment, kung ganyan din siya sa International Court of Justice.
    Last edited by chua_riwap; February 14th, 2012 at 06:09 AM.

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    #1466
    Quote Originally Posted by chua_riwap View Post
    Hindi maganda ginagawa nitong si Brenda.

    Kahit siguro may pagkukulang itong prosecution, her behavior towards Tupas is uncalled for & unparliamentary. Ni-lectureran pa siya in public & this is grandstanding at its worst.

    Di ba pwedeng i-admonish ni Manong Johny itong si Brenda?
    She'd be a national embarrassment, kung ganyan din siya sa International Court of Justice.
    Brenda likes to brag and show to everyone that she's intellectually superior to anybody..
    She's always been like that ever since.

    It will be interesting to see if she will still carry that attitude into the International court.

    I can almost imagine her berating prosecutors in the int'l courts... hehe

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    #1467
    Quote Originally Posted by chua_riwap View Post
    Hindi maganda ginagawa nitong si Brenda.

    Kahit siguro may pagkukulang itong prosecution, her behavior towards Tupas is uncalled for & unparliamentary. Ni-lectureran pa siya in public & this is grandstanding at its worst.

    Di ba pwedeng i-admonish ni Manong Johny itong si Brenda?
    She'd be a national embarrassment, kung ganyan din siya sa International Court of Justice.
    She will be a national embarrassment pag naka upo na sa ICJ.

    Si manong jhony naman eh uminom sya ng gamot para sa memory nya. Labo-labo ang session kahapon to the point na nag invoke ng point of order si Sen. Escudero dahil Enrille is accusing the prosecution na wala naman daw silang evidence. Eh yung prosecution ang nagpa subpoena ng mga bank documents manong.

    Very disturbing yung mga pinakita nya kahapon. He was at one point claiming na wala syang pinalabas na subpoena para sa Manager ng PSBank at bakit sila pa daw ang naghahanap ng witness.

    Mga Judges mo ang nag patawag dyan manong! Satisfied na ang prosecution sa testimony ng president ng PSBank kaya di na nila kailangan ang Manager ng PSbank.

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    #1468
    mag explain today sila Tupaz regarding the alleged false documents.

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    #1469
    Quote Originally Posted by Retz View Post
    mag explain today sila Tupaz regarding the alleged false documents.
    Nakakatawa yang argument na yan dahil the court will only subpoena the details of bank account numbers. Enrile will not allow a subpoena stating all bank accounts of CJ.

    Now granting the prosecution don't have those documents but knows the bank account numbers of CJ, sasabihin nanaman ng korte. Pano mo nalaman ang mga bank accounts na yan? Violation ng bank secrecy law yan.

    Complain nya naman eh, bakit yung mga evidence nyo eh nakukuha nyo lang through subpoena? Abay manong inadmissible yan kung di nakuha yan through summons dahil bank records po yan.

    And he's implying that evidence via mode of discovery is not allowed. Ika ng mga dean ng college of Law ng UP at UST eh di nila maintindihan ang complain ni enrile.

    Bugok ang mga prosecutor and so is the court.

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    #1470
    dapat may katabi si enrile na assistant or someone that will remind him... magaling si enrile pero hindi maitatanggi na may edad na talaga sya... marahil eh dala na din ng pagod yan.. gusto na din umuwi ng mga yan but duty calls them

Impeachment against CJ Corona..