Rappler's latest stories on Inordinate Delay
The court says the right to speedy disposition of cases was violated, so the charges against Aklan Governor Florencio Miraflores and his wife must be junked
It's now up to new Ombudsman Samuel Martires to use the ruling to their advantage
From now on, when defendants try to have their cases dismissed based on delay, the fact-finding phase cannot be counted as part of the investigation period
The periods in question and facts are the same, yet former Caloocan mayor Recom Echiverri is acquitted by one Sandiganbayan division but not by another, as the issue of inordinate delay threatens the campaign against corruption
Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales is increasingly frustrated over the inordinate delay doctrine as she may be retiring on July 26 without seeing a clear solution to the problem
‘That has been the source of so much frustration on our part,’ says the retiring Ombudsman
The Sandiganbayan has dismissed 79 corruption cases from January 2016 to May 2017 based on inordinate delay
Justice Gesmundo pushes for a more proactive court
The dismissal of the case against the Arroyo time chief government corporate counsel adds to the list of cases dismissed by the anti graft court for probe delays
The Sandiganbayan is unsatisfied with the Ombudsman s explanation that the scam was widespread and difficult to investigate
Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales also takes a swipe at the Sandiganbayan in connection with the court s handling of the pork barrel scam cases: Hindi rin ba yan inordinate delay?
The urgent motion of former government counsel Agnes Devanadera prompts a Sandiganbayan justice to quip: Are you a Johnny come lately?
This recent dismissal illustrates the continuing conflict between the Sandiganbayan and the Ombudsman on the principle of inordinate delay
Ozamiz City Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog Sr and his daughter Vice Mayor Nova Princess Parojinog Echavez are acquitted just two months after the anti graft court ordered their arrest
The Office of the Ombudsman says the anti graft court Sandiganbayan s interpretation of the delay doctrine is confusing and risks letting corrupt officials go unscathed