This is the profile of Atty. Francis H. Jardeleza who was appointed as Associate Justice on August 19, 2014.
June 11 is the anniversary of the Supreme Court of the Philippines. Click to view the video message of Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno for the 113th anniversary of the Supreme Court.
Statement of Chief Justice Renato C. Corona: On President Aquino’s speech at the anniversary of Tagumpay ng Bayan [Released on February 17, 2012] Ako po ay nananawagan sa ating pangulo na huwag pakialaman, pangunahan at impluwensiyahan ang Senate Impeachment Court. Mayroon pong proseso ang impeachment proceedings, at iyan po ay nakasaad sa ating Saligang Batas […]
Throughout my public career, I have never been involved in any anomaly or scandal. Whatever assets my wife and I have acquired are products of 45 years of toil and honest work.
Speech of Chief Justice Renato Corona: At the blessing of the Justicia Room, Ateneo Law School [Delivered on February 10, 2012] Justices of the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals, Dean Sedfrey Candelaria (our congratulations for a well-deserved appointment), members of the faculty and students, guests, ladies and gentlemen, a pleasant good evening to […]
NOW, THEREFORE, effective immediately and continuing until further orders from this Court, You, Respondents, your agents, representatives, or persons acting in your place or stead, are hereby ENJOINED from enforcing or implementing DOJ Department Circular No. 41 and Watchlist Order Nos. ASM-11-237 dated August 9, 2011, 2011-422 dated September 6, 2011 and 2011-573 dated October 27, 2011.
WHEREFORE, the petition for certiorari is DISMISSED. The Decision dated 29 February 2008 and 19 June 2009 Resolution of the Court of Appeals are hereby AFFIRMED.
WHEREFORE, the Motion for Reconsideration of the “Resolution” dated August 24, 2010, dated and filed on September 14, 2010 by respondents Municipality of Baybay, et al. is GRANTED. The Resolution dated August 24, 2010 is REVERSED and SET ASIDE. The Cityhood Laws—Republic Acts Nos. 9389, 9390, 9391, 9392, 9393, 9394, 9398, 9404, 9405, 9407, 9408, 9409, 9434, 9435, 9436, and 9491—are declared CONSTITUTIONAL.
WHEREFORE, the petitions are GRANTED. Executive Order No. 1 is hereby declared UNCONSTITUTIONAL insofar as it is violative of the equal protection clause of the Constitution. As also prayed for, the respondents are hereby ordered to cease and desist from carrying out the provisions of Executive Order No. 1.
REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES SUPREME COURT MANILA EN BANC N O T I C E Sirs/Mesdames: Please take notice that the Court en banc issued a Resolution dated OCTOBER 12, 2010, which reads as follows: “G.R. No. 192987 (Eddie U. Tamondong vs. Executive Secretary Paquito N. Ochoa, Jr.); G.R. No. 193327 (Atty. Cheloy E. Velicaria-Garafil […]