Rappler's latest stories on Associate Justice Teresita Leonardo-De Castro
'There is a law that would guide judges and justices, and that is the Constitution,' says petitioner Jesus Falcis III
This is a move to disprove Sereno’s claim that 13 other Chief Justice applicants did not submit complete SALNs
Associate Justice Teresita Leonardo De Castro openly disapproves of Sereno when she says, 'I am very sorry that the Chief Justice has taken this opportunity to discuss a matter which is sub judice'
The Regional Court Administrator's Office and Judiciary Decentralized Office involve a complex issue of decentralization that has hounded the Supreme Court for years
(3rd UPDATE) 'I can't stand idly by when the collegial decision of the SC is being set aside,' says Justice De Castro, referring to the creation by Sereno of a new court office. The Sereno camp says JDO is no different from RCAO.
House members get touchy when De Castro is asked how she felt when Sereno was chosen over her to become Chief Justice
Representatives Ramon Rocamora and Kaka Bag-ao caution against calling all the justices, saying the House panel is resorting to a fishing expedition
In 2012, the Supreme Court issued a resolution, saying justices cannot be compelled to testify in impeachment proceedings
For a second impeachment complaint lawyer Larry Gadon asks for more documents including the results of the Chief Justice s psychological examinations
Justice De Castro s memorandum questions the actions of CJ Sereno including giving travel allowance to a court staff
The JBC has to defend why it has two representatives from Congress Iloilo Rep Niel Tupas and Sen Francis Escudero