The lawyer of Jeane Napoles says they will exhaust all means to dismiss the P17M tax case against her
The next option would be to file for annulment of contract before a regional trial court
The order for reparations for 304 victims of former Congolese warlord Germain Katanga is set to be a landmark step for the world's only permanent war crimes court.
Neil Gorsuch: 'Nobody is above the law in this country, and that includes the president of the United States'
Former solicitor general Florin Hilbay suggests that the High Court ask Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales to submit her comment on the jurisdiction issue on the case of detained Senator Leila de Lima
Affidavits executed by cops assigned to Senator Leila de Lima on February 24 and the detained lawmaker's notary public tell different stories
(UPDATED) Justice Francis Jardeleza advises Florin Hilbay, his successor in the OSG, to produce data to prove otherwise
Listen to the audio stream of the oral arguments on the petitions of detained Senator Leila de Lima
For our sake, we better understand what is happening and act collectively to avert the worst outcome
What are the issues on jurisdiction being threshed out at the oral arguments before the Supreme Court?
(UPDATED) Images circulating on social media show thick black smoke billowing from the aircraft, which was completely burned out except for the tail, clearly bearing the insignia of local carrier South Supreme Airlines
While his allies and the Palace defend President Rodrigo Duterte from an impeachment case and a possible ICC case, he himself 'welcomes' these
Harassment cases are abuses in a different form, says the Gabriela Women's Party
The government says they are already doing everything they can to overturn a UAE court's death sentence on OFW Jennifer Dalquez
(UPDATED) Turkey and the EU are locked in their most explosive row in years after Germany and The Netherlands blocked Turkish ministers from campaigning for a 'Yes' vote in a April referendum on expanding Erdogan's powers
'Petitioners simply failed to substantiate their claims that any environmental damage is directly attributable to Filminera's mining activities'
A transcript of the hearing held on February 24, 2017 shows RTC Judge Juanita Guerrero saying so
This is consistent with the position taken by the De Lima camp which says it is the anti-graft court that has jurisdiction over the detained senator because it is covered by a later law
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The European Court of Justice says it does not constitute 'direct discrimination' if a firm has an internal rule banning the wearing of 'any political, philosophical or religious sign'
The congressmen argue that the ICC may step in if the Philippines is 'shown to be unwilling or unable to investigate, prosecute, and try in good faith'
(UPDATED) Justice Marvic Leonen says there is a danger in setting a 'scary' precedent of public officials involved in crimes running to the SC for remedy
Who does Senator Leila de Lima have arguing for her in the Supreme Court? Veteran lawyers, prosecutors, and lawmakers.
Senator Leila de Lima maintains that her case should have been filed with the Ombudsman and tried at the Sandiganbayan
Malacañang reiterates that the extrajudicial killings – stated as the basis for a case against the President before the tribunal – are not state-sanctioned
(UPDATED) News reports say Park was watching TV alone in her private presidential room Friday, March 10, when the Constitutional Court announced her dismissal live on air
Judge Louis Acosta will fill the post that CA Associate Justice Agnes Carpio vacated on December 1, 2016
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(UPDATED) The South Korean Constitutional Court upholds Park Geun-Hye's impeachment by parliament over a wide-ranging corruption scandal, triggering a new presidential election
The CA rules that Makati committed forum shopping when it filed an appeal before the Pasig RTC and the CA itself
Lawyer Jude Sabio says he wants to file by end of March the crimes against humanity case in relation to extrajudicial killings
The High Court orders the inventory of all cases decided by Baguio Judge Antonio Reyes
Notice of Pretoria's decision to end the withdrawal process was posted on the UN's treaty website this week, although it does not necessarily spell the end of its bid to leave the Hague-based court
Court of Appeals Associate Justice Noel Tijam, a law school classmate of President Duterte, is the latest appointee to the High Tribunal
(UPDATED) Noel Tijam, an associate justice of the Court of Appeals, was a classmate of President Rodrigo Duterte at the San Beda College of Law
The decision by the Luxembourg-based European Court of Justice's decision is seen as a test case for EU countries facing a surge in refugees in the past two years
The petition seeks to compel the government to limit cars to half of the roads but the High Court denies it
The Supreme Court will see clearly that Duterte, De Lima, and Lascañas do not love each other, but surely love for this country and for the rule of law will make the Court decide the case in the right way
The case stems from a 2014 ambush attempt on a former Department of Agrarian Reform official, who identified Matobato as the suspect after seeing him testify at the Senate
Ukraine is asking the ICJ to impose emergency measures ordering Russia to stop the alleged funnelling of money, weapons, and personnel into the east, and to halt so-called 'discrimination' against minorities in Russian-occupied Crimea
Sandiganbayan Associate Justice Samuel Martires is two years away from the mandatory retirement age of 70
(UPDATED) Martires is the first Supreme Court justice to be appointed by President Rodrigo Duterte, who will get to appoint at least 12 more justices in his term
The camp of defeated vice presidential candidate Ferdinand Marcos Jr accuses Vice President Leni Robredo of resorting to delaying tactics
The Rome Statute is precisely designed to demolish the wall of impunity with which state officials commit human rights violations, like the ones occurring on a virtually daily basis in our midst
Sign the petition asking the Supreme Court SC to lift its TRO on contraceptives
The Philippines effectively domesticated the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court when it enacted Republic Act 9851 – the commander in chief can be held liable for crimes against humanity