The Quezon City Metropolitan Trial Court (MeTC) has issued arrest warrants against former senator Antonio Trillanes IV and several others charged with conspiracy to commit sedition filed by the Department of Justice (DOJ). Aside from Trillanes and whistleblower Peter Joemel … Continue reading QC court orders arrest of Trillanes, others in sedition raps
President Rodrigo R. Duterte has no hand in the supposed plan of the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) to file a case before the Supreme Court, seeking the revocation of the congressional franchise of local media giant ABS-CBN Corp., … Continue reading PANELO: DUTERTE NO HAND IN HIGH COURT CASE VS. ABS/CBN
Justice Undersecretary Emmeline Aglipay-Villar. (Photo courtesy of DOJ Usec. Emmeline Aglipay-Villar Facebook page) Department of Justice (DOJ) Undersecretary Emmeline Aglipay-Villar on Friday inhibited herself from the agency’s review of the water concessionaire contracts by the government, following reports that President Rodrigo … Continue reading WILL VILLAR’S PRIME WATER TAKE OVER MAYNILAD, MANILA WATER?
Senator Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go enjoined the Department of Justice (DOJ), during a Senate hearing on Thursday, September 5, to do their sworn duties in fixing the country’s correctional facilities and ensuring fair treatment of inmates. In his statement, Go … Continue reading BONG GO TO DOJ: “Fix our correctional facilities, inmates must be treated equally in jail”
Prosecutors have found probable cause to indict various former and current health officials, led by former Health Secretary Janette Garin, for reckless imprudence resulting to homicide in the deaths of eight children who were administered the Dengvaxia anti-dengue vaccine without … Continue reading DOJ indicts Garin, 19 others for homicide over Dengvaxia mess
Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra on Wednesday clarified that they will ask the Davao court handling the criminal cases against Senator Antonio Trillanes IV to issue a travel ban against the lawmaker. “We are not withdrawing the motion for (the) issuance … Continue reading DOJ wants travel ban vs. Trillanes
The Department of Justice on Friday ordered the filing of criminal charges against online news site Rappler president Maria Ressa and its accountant Noel Baladiang in connection with the PHP133-million tax evasion complaint filed by Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR). … Continue reading DOJ ORDERS FILING OF TAX EVASION RAPS VS. RAPPLER, RESSA
The Department of Justice (DOJ) has joined the probe on the killing of a radio broadcaster in Mati City. Jessie Camagnyan of Sunrise FM was shot dead June 14, 2010 while emceeing a barangay singing contest. Police Officer (PO) 1 Dennis Lumikid, the alleged triggerman and Barangay Captain Romeo Antoling Jr., are the main suspects in the killing said to have been triggered by Camangyan’s commentaries against local officials involved in illegal logging. DOJ’s has already conducted a preliminary investigation after receiving documents on the killing from the Provincial Prosecutor in Davao Oriental. The DOJ recognized the case after then Justice … Continue reading DOJ starts probe on Camangyan slay