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Philippines State prosecutors are not bungling the cases against Senators Ramon Bong Revilla, Jose Jinggoy Estrada and Juan Ponce Enrile, Malacanang assured the public Saturday. The President's spokesman, Edwin Lacierda, said the junking of the
Philippines With no fanfare, Senator Jose Jinggoy Estrada said on Sunday he would quietly turn himself in at the Sandiganbayan Monday morning in anticipation of the arrest warrant to be issued by the anti-graft court. But the senator, who is facing
Senator Ramon 'Bong' Revilla Jr. (right) gestures to his supporters during a press conference at his residence in Bacoor, Cavite on Thursday, June 19. The Sandiganbayan First Division on Friday, June 20, issued a warrant of arrest against Revilla Jr.
THREE separate divisions of Sandiganbayan (graft court) will handle the plunder and graft cases against Senators Juan Ponce Enrile, Jinggoy Estrada and Ramon Revilla Jr. and their co-accused, a report said Friday. Revilla's
The notice also called on the anti-graft court and other related parties to comment on Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales' request for the creation of the special divisions. Require all parties to the subject cases, as well as the Sandiganbayan to
In a resolution released Friday, the anti-graft court allowed former Commission on Audit (COA) Chair Reynaldo Villar to post P1.2-million bail for his temporary liberty. Villar, was arrested last month in Paranaque after almost two years in hiding...
THE Philippine government on Friday said it will leave to the graft court to decide where three senators linked to the P10-billion pork barrel scam will be detained. Presidential spokesperson Edwin Lacierda raised the issue after Sen.
THE Philippine government made an assurance Tuesday that the cases against lawmakers being implicated in the P10-billion pork barrel scam will continue even after President Benigno Aquino III steps down from office in 2016.
PHILIPPINE Senate President Franklin Drilon on Wednesday said he wants the graft court to concentrate its resources in trying the most significant cases and to transfer jurisdiction to hear and decide "minor cases" to the Regional
THE lawyer of the family of Philippine Sen. Nancy Binay on Wednesday described as “pure harassment” the decision made by the Special Prosecutor Office in an "Omnibus Motion" asking the graft court to admit an "Amended