The Sandiganbayan has rejected the motion of former Senator Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr. asking to defer his plunder trial and to require the prosecution to identify the evidence proving allegations of ill-gotten wealth.Read more
Now all he needs is a job.
Most parents are living the life of “empty nesters” by the time their children reach 30 but one US couple had to go to court to give their son that extra little push.
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A Catholic priest accused of molesting two boys in North Dakota in the 1990s has pleaded guilty to two counts of felony gross sexual imposition.
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The camp of detained Sen. Leila de Lima remains hopeful that the senator would be allowed by the court to attend her son’s graduation rites next month.
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Just weeks after photographer David Slater won his legal battle with PETA, Condé Nast bought the rights to his life story.
The Isabela Regional Trial Court (RTC) on Friday sentenced a retired Army colonel, a former corporal and their civilian accomplice to 40 years in prison for the 2015 murder of Jones Vice Mayor Florante Raspado.
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An appeals court ruled that his attorney’s failure to call up an alibi witness in 2000 warrants Syed another shot at proving his innocence in his girlfriend’s murder.
A human rights group condemned on Friday the petition of the Department of Justice (DOJ) that seeks to declare over 600 individuals as “terrorists” for supposedly being members of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and its armed wing, New People’s Army (NPA).
Karapatan Secretary General Cristina Palabay said the list targets government critics and human rights defenders, and aims to sow fear among them.
Palabay said that the list is “severely defective as it contains scores of aliases, John and Jane Does so any person can be added later.”
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