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IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION FOR HABEAS CORPUS OF MINOR SHANG KO VINGSON YU SHIRLY VINGSON @ SHIRLY VINGSON DEMAISIP VS. JOVY CABCABAN

IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION FOR HABEAS CORPUS OF MINOR SHANG KO VINGSON YU

SHIRLY VINGSON @ SHIRLY VINGSON DEMAISIP VS. JOVY CABCABAN

UDK NO. 235 more words

Habeas Corpus

Order Granting Extension of Time

Charles Ajoloko was granted an extension to file a motion for rehearing, rehearing en banc and clarification.

Charles’ 9.141 Writ of Petition for Habeas Corpus for Ineffective Assistance of Appellate Counsel was Denied without a reason. 251 more words

Just Reach Out To Refugees

Fearless Leader says. Before they reach out to you, I guess she means.

Yes, this is one isolated case. Albeit one particularly disgusting one. And one which the growing hordes of “ 97 more words

Germany

Philippine President Duterte rules out martial law, calls it a 'stupid' policy

By Alexis Romero (philstar.com) | Updated December 1, 2016 – 8:11pm

President Rodrigo Duterte delivers a speech during the 80th anniversary of the National Bureau of Investigation in Manila, Philippines on Monday, Nov. 650 more words

Maas v. Superior Court

Prisoner may use peremptory challenge on judge who initially reviews a habeas corpus petition to decide whether to issue order to show cause.  A prisoner who files a habeas corpus petition is entitled to be informed of the name of the judge who will initially review the petition to determine whether it states a prima facie case warranting issuance of an order to show cause.  48 more words

Habeas Corpus

That pesky proviso on habeas corpus - Jarius Bondoc

Don’t worry about Rodrigo Duterte suspending the writ of habeas corpus, spokesmen say. The President is just “articulating an idea and a hyperbole.” Supposedly there’s need to “create awareness … about terrorists … lawless violence … by drug lords.” So please use “creative imagination” to interpret his remarks, the press is advised. 718 more words

Philippines' Duterte says may follow Russia's withdrawal from 'useless' International Criminal Court (ICC)-- "You can often tell a criminal by his friends"

Thu Nov 17, 2016 | 2:24am EST

Reuters

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte gestures while delivering a speech during the 80th National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) founding anniversary at the NBI headquarters in metro Manila, Philippines November 14, 2016. 911 more words