07.03.2012 [Manila Bulletin] - “We will present her as a witness for Chief Justice RenatoCorona,” Cuevas told reporters after emerging from a meeting with Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile, together with the House prosecution panel. Cuevas said Mrs. Corona is willing to take the
Renato C. Corona (born October 15, 1948) was the 23rd Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines. He served as an Associate Justice after being appointed by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on April 9, 2002 and later as Chief Justice on May 12, 2010 upon the retirement of Chief Justice Reynato Puno.
23.03.2012 [Inquirer.net] - Inquirer, 3/20/12) As I see it, Filipinos are very much interested in the outcome of the trial, as shown by the latest Pulse Asia survey where 47 percent of the respondents said Chief Justice RenatoCorona is guilty, 5 percent found him innocent
23.03.2012 [The Online Zamboanga Times] - MANILA — Twelve applicants for the position of Deputy Ombudsman for Luzon will be screened by the Judicial and Bar Council, chaired by Supreme Court Chief Justice RenatoCorona. It has set the public interview with the applicants on March 28
22.03.2012 [GMA News] - Miro Quimbo, a spokesman of the prosecution panel in the impeachment trial of Chief Justice RenatoCorona, had an unlikely visitor during Thursday's trial in the Senate. Maria Cordelia “Aya” Bacay, a self-confessed admirer of Quimbo, dropped by the
22.03.2012 [Inquirer.net] - By Maila Ager MANILA, Philippines—Chief Justice RenatoCorona's wife earned a total of P6.1 million in salaries, allowances and benefits during the four years she was president of John Hay Management Corporation (JHMC), said the witnesses and
01.03.2012 [JURIST] - The impeachment trial of Philippine Chief Justice RenatoCorona continues to push the boundaries of Philippine constitutional thought, bringing with it a whole array of comparative analysis and tension between Philippine constitutional doctrine and US