(UPDATED) In his motion for reconsideration, Representative Lagman says the martial law ruling 'emasculated' the Court's jurisdiction to review the factual basis of a martial law proclamation
The court's affirmation can later be used as basis for a forfeiture case against the jailed former governor
Justice De Castro's memorandum questions the actions of CJ Sereno including giving travel allowance to a court staff
The court accepted a Hawaii federal judge's ruling last week that the Trump administration had too narrowly defined what constitutes 'close family relationships' in its travel ban exemptions
This comes after the Prieto family announced it is divesting from the Philippine Daily Inquirer
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Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno and Associate Justice Andres Reyes Jr have urged the House to observe separation of powers between the judiciary and legislature
Petitioners, meanwhile, urge the Supreme Court to still decide on petitions asking that Congress convene to discuss the merits of Duterte's martial law proclamation
Representative Reynaldo Umali says the Ilocos Norte governor engages in 'forum shopping' by urging the SC to take over the case of detained provincial executives
The Philippines' Court of Appeals says the Hawaii court had no jurisdiction over the case filed by victims of human rights abuses
Prosecutors can appeal the ruling, and Lochte still faces other charges in Brazil
The fight against coal fossil energy in the Philippines has mostly been staged in localized battlefronts including the island province of Palawan
It is unclear how quickly the Supreme Court might respond, and when or if the expanded terms set by the Hawaii judge might take effect
The Court of Tax Appeals dismisses Jeane's petition for review though the Napoles daughter claims she has new evidence to present
'The Court can still decide regardless of the expiration of the 60-day period, but the best time to decide is now,' says former solicitor general Florin Hilbay
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(UPDATED) Court of Appeals Presiding Justice Andy Reyes is President Rodrigo Duterte's latest appointee in the Supreme Court
Vice President Leni Robredo's lawyer Romulo Macalintal says the Presidential Electoral Tribunal must first resolve the issue on the integrity of the election system before proceeding with the recount
The solicitor general of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos appears during the Supreme Court's preliminary conference for Bongbong Marcos' electoral protest
In the preliminary conference for his electoral protest, Marcos says the recount should be initially held in Camarines Sur, Iloilo, and Negros Occidental
Vice President Leni Robredo was earlier required to settle payment of the balance of the protest fee on July 14
Napoles asks the High Tribunal to dismiss the plunder case against her and issue an order allowing her to post bail
Former senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr pays the remaining balance of his fee prior to the conduct of the preliminary hearing on his electoral protest and Vice President Leni Robredo's counter-protest
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'There is no rebellion that justifies martial law. There is terrorism that requires more thoughtful action,' says Supreme Court Associate Justice Marvic Leonen
If Marawi made Duterte’s case for martial law in Mindanao, the Supreme Court provided the constitutional basis for it
Dimaampao, born in Marawi City, is pushing for the organization of a sharia appellate court
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Albay 1st District Representative Edcel Lagman says they will 'expose serious errors in the majority decision' of the Supreme Court when they file a motion for reconsideration
'That's the best part of the decision. The Court made it clear that it had the power to review the President's decision,' says a legal expert of the SC ruling on the petitions against martial law in Mindanao
Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno says President Rodrigo Duterte must not be allowed to broaden the use of martial law 'to solve other social ills'
(UPDATED) But the Supreme Court states that 'the Constitution has provided sufficient safeguards against possible abuses of the Commander-in-Chief's powers'
(UPDATED) 'We should have the courage to never again clothe authoritarianism in any disguise with the mantle of constitutionality,' Leonen says in his dissenting opinion
In a motion for reconsideration filed with the High Court, election lawyer Romulo Macalintal argues that former senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr himself is 'not sure of his election protest' against Vice President Leni Robredo
Though disagreeing with a majority of the justices, anti-martial law petitioner and opposition lawmaker Edcel Lagman says he will respect the ruling of the Supreme Court
This comes after House Sergeant-at-Arms Roland Detabali filed a motion for the 3 justices of the CA Special 4th Division to inhibit from the case
There is such a virtue as 'judicial reticence', a becoming degree of self-restraint that must be accorded a co-equal, coordinate branch of government
(UPDATED) The largest business group in Mindanao says imposition of martial law in the region is 'necessary' to resolve the terror threat
President Rodrigo Duterte says he respects even those justices who question the legality of his martial law proclamation
Justice Gesmundo pushes for a more proactive court
Vice President Leni Robredo says that after the Supreme Court's ruling on the declaration of martial law, Congress should fulfill its duty to review, on behalf of the people, the declaration of martial law
Gerard Mosquera tells the Judicial and Bar Council that he would've dissented with the 2016 EDCA ruling. For him, a 'treaty would have to be executed to justify stationing of foreign troops in the country.'
'Martial law becomes a hard habit to break,' says Akbayan Representative Tom Villarin who warned of President Rodrigo Duterte's 'creeping authoritarian rule in the guise of safety and security'
'Napakababa ng standards na in-allow ng Supreme Court para sa Presidente para sa pagdedeklara ng martial law, precedent ito sa pagdeklara ng martial law sa buong Pilipinas,' says Cristina Yambot of NUPL
With the favorable decision on martial law, administration senators say the government can now focus on clearing operations and rehabilitation efforts in Marawi City
Court of Appeals Associate Justice Samuel Gaerlan also rejects the perception that the CA is tainted with graft and corruption