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about 5 days ago

Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio says the Philippines will be giving up a "strong legal deterrent" if it leaves the international tribunal.

about 6 days ago

Solicitor General Jose Calida defends President Duterte's decision to withdraw the Philippines from the International Criminal Court. The government's top lawyer reminds the Supreme Court that reviewing the President's action is an "attempt to emasculate his power to craft and implement foreign policy."

about 6 days ago

The government's top lawyer earlier threatened to sue Trillanes if the senator would not retract his statement that Calida took his amnesty records from the Department of National Defense and lost them.

about 2 weeks ago

The senator is set to resume work on Monday.

about 2 weeks ago

Solicitor General Jose Calida fails to get a public apology from Senator Antonio Trillanes for calling him a thief. Meanwhile, Trillanes is taking it one day at a time while awaiting a possible arrest from his coup d'état case at the Makati RTC Branch 148.

about 1 month ago

The Presidential Legal Counsel insists former Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin is liable for usurpation of authority, even as a Presidential proclamation authorized him to determine who was qualified for amnesty.

about 1 month ago

President Rodrigo Duterte denies being behind all the mess that Senator Antonio Trillanes is facing. The President says it was Solicitor General Jose Calida who initiated the case voiding the amnesty granted to the senator in 2011.

about 1 month ago

Senator Antonio Trillanes, a staunch critic of Duterte, believes Jose Calida was involved in reviewing his amnesty.

about 1 month ago

Critics question the choice of appointing Teresita De Castro as Chief Justice when she is set to retire in two months.

about 1 month ago

Solicitor General Jose Calida has filed a petition asking the Supreme Court to halt a Senate inquiry on a security agency owned by his family.