Research

CJSearch PROFILE: Associate Justice Roberto Afan Abad

Profile of Associate Justice Roberto Afan Abad, candidate for the next Chief Justice of Philippines and to be interviewed by the Judicial and Bar Council.

CJSearch PROFILE: Associate Justice Arturo Dizon Brion

MANILA - Supreme Court (SC) Associate Justice Arturo D. Brion is the 4th most senior Justice of the high court.

CJSearch PROFILE: Associate Justice Teresita J. Leonardo-De Castro

Profile of Associate Justice Teresita J. Leonardo-De Castro, candidate for the next Chief Justice of Philippines and to be interviewed by the Judicial and Bar Council.

CJSearch PROFILE: Associate Justice Presbitero Velasco, Jr.

Profile of Associate Justice Presbitero Velasco, Jr., candidate for the next Chief Justice of Philippines and to be interviewed by the Judicial and Bar Council.

CJSearch PROFILE: Senior Associate Justice Antonio Tirol Carpio

Profile of Senior Associate Justice Antonio Tirol Carpio, candidate for the next Chief Justice of Philippines and to be interviewed by the Judicial and Bar Council.

CJSearch PROFILE: Rene Vergara Sarmiento

Profile of Rene Vergara Sarmiento, candidate for the next Chief Justice of Philippines and to be interviewed by the Judicial and Bar Council.

The night the trees on Luneta Hill fell

 We received the news moments before the gathering we scheduled at the U.P. Baguio auditorium yesterday afternoon. “TEPO extended until after the case is resolved.” The text message came from a member of the movement’s legal team, Atty. Chris Donaal. 

Article 3 of Corona impeachment complaint

House prosecutors have closed their presentation on Article 2 and have moved on to Article 3 of the impeachment complaint against Chief Justice Renato Corona. Here's what Article 3 says:

Slideshow with Facebook album as source

Slideshow with Facebook album as source

Opening statement of the defense panel

During the past few days, Prosecutors happily displayed pictures of the Bellagio and a list of some 45 properties, supposedly owned by the Chief Justice, to create the impression that he accumulated ill-gotten wealth. In fact, the Chief Justice owns only five (5) real properties.