What's next for Jinggoy Estrada?

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, September 17) — Former Sen. Jinggoy Estrada was temporarily released from detention Saturday after three years at the Philippine National Police (PNP) Custodial Center in Camp Crame.

This after the Sandiganbayan's Special Fifth Division granted on Friday his petition for bail, saying "the evidence has not strongly established accused Estrada as the main plunderer."

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Estrada was detained over allegations he received ₱183 million in kickbacks from his Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF), or pork barrel funds.

His camp paid P1.3 million in bail for his plunder and graft cases.

CNN Philippines' Rex Remitio reports what's next for the former Senator, following his release.