Rappler's latest stories on SC en banc
There is no instant relief from the Supreme Court
Will the SC wait until after their writing break in May to hand down their Sereno decision, or will the justices create another history in Baguio?
Sereno would have to convince her most bitter rivals that she deserves – or is legally entitled to – the post that she has held for 5 years
(UPDATED) The Supreme Court denies the Sollicitor General's motion for reconsideration which argued that full documentation would risk national security
(3RD UPDATE) The oral arguments will be held on April 10 in Baguio City and Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno is required to appear
The High Court can either let the impeachment proceedings in Congress take their course, or set a precedent for a quo warranto removal
Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno rallies support for the constitutional bodies facing threats of either abolition or dilution under Cha-Cha proposals
Former senator Bong Revilla’s lawyer, Estelito Mendoza, reveals their petition before the Supreme Court has been on the en banc agenda for weeks now, but the Sereno controversy bumped it off. The en banc agenda is supposed to be confidential.
(UPDATED) Carlos Garay and his department are material to the alleged illegal hiring of information technology consultant Helen Macasaet
Sereno and Calida cite jurisprudence on quo warranto proceedings. But can the SC entertain the petition in the first place?
'I had agreed to go on an indefinite leave, but I am also bound by the appropriate administrative rules,' says Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno
'We apologize for any confusion we have caused in the last few days but we were working on available information,' says Sereno's spokesperson
Thirteen justices slam the camp of Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno for making announcements that have 'seriously damaged the integrity of the judiciary'
Janet Lim Napoles does not succeed in using the main plunderer principle in this case
Chief Justice Sereno's official letter regarding her leave is anticipated. Will it settle things for now, or will it cause more trouble in the Supreme Court?
Had voting taken place, insiders say, 'at least 8 justices' would have voted for Sereno to take a leave
Former senator Bong Revilla was relying on a temporary restraining order from the Supreme Court to stop his trial at the Sandiganbayan
The en banc acts on a letter from the House justice committee communicating to them issues on Sereno's alleged missing SALNs
UPDATED The Supreme Court en banc gives the Senate and the House of Representatives 10 days to submit their comment
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
Rappler s election columnist earlier wrote The purpose of consolidation is to prevent conflicting legal findings over the same set of facts and issues
Voting 12 3 the High Court confirms the temporary restraining orders earlier issued by the Chief Justice on the Comelec s cancellation of the presidential aspirant s certificate of candidacy