Day 2 of Corona Impeachment Trial

January 18, 2012

The second day of the Corona impeachment trial at the Senate proved to be interesting and delved into several basic legal principles and procedures. The first involves marital and filial privilege as brought about by the denial by the impeachment court of the prosecution’s request to subpoena the wife and children of the impeached Chief […]

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Impeachment Trial of CJ Corona Begins at Senate

January 16, 2012

The trial of Chief Justice Renato Corona began today at the Senate, with the Senators acting as an impeachment court. There were several key developments in today’s hearing, to wit: Corona’s motion for a preliminary hearing was denied. The motion to cite the prosecution team for contempt was dismissed due to lack of standing by […]

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Corona Impeachment Process

December 15, 2011

The impeachment of Chief Justice Renato Corona took a different route from the case of former President Joseph Estrada and former Ombusdsman Merceditas Gutierrez. Instead of a filing made by a citizen and endorsed by a Member of the House of Representatives, the verified complaint or resolution of impeachment was signed by 188 Congressmen which […]

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