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about 13 hours ago

Robredo questions why the Sandiganbayan allowed Marcos to post bail for skipping the promulgation of her graft conviction, when she managed to attend her daughter Imee's birthday celebration that night.

about 1 day ago

There's still no detention for former first lady Imelda Marcos. The Sandiganbayan allows her to post bail for her provisional liberty after she was convicted for graft.

about 1 day ago

The action in the Marcos case was not just inside the court. Outside the Sandiganbayan, anti-Marcos groups and supporters came in full force hoping for opposite outcome.

about 1 day ago

State prosecutors challenge Imelda Marcos' alleged ailments cited in her medical certificate, describing them as a "fiction" and a product of her doctor's "colorful imagination."

about 1 day ago

Ilocos Norte Representative Imelda Marcos is a free woman for now after she posted a bail of P150,000 on Friday.

about 2 days ago

Law professor and former Supreme Court spokesman Theodore Te questions the delay in the release of an arrest warrant against Ilocos Norte Representative Imelda Marcos.

about 2 days ago

A week after her conviction for graft former first lady Imelda Marcos still walks free. Now, a law professor and former Supreme Court spokesperson are raising questions about the delay in the release of an arrest warrant for Marcos.

about 2 days ago

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about 3 days ago

'89 [years old] is too old. I'd put her under house arrest,' said former Senator Serge Osmeña, who was detained during the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos' martial rule.

about 4 days ago

No arrest warrant has been issued for former First Lady Imelda Marcos despite her conviction on seven counts of graft on Friday. Some of the cases go all the way back to 1991. And for martial law victims, the wheels of justice grind exceedingly slow.