Wednesday, 23 May 2012 11:34
The Justice Hall in Zamboanga City housing the Municipal Trial Court, Regional Trial Court and Prosecutors’ Office did not observe any court holiday yesterday even as Chief Justice Renato Corona took the witness stand.
Some judges and employees who were interviewed by newsmen do not want to comment as well when interviewed on camera with regards to their position.
City Prosecutor Ricardo Cabaron said everything is going on smoothly at the Justice Hall as there is no court holiday.
Cabaron said court hearings pushed through without kinks none of the judges are having court holiday.
“The Regional Trial Court, Municipal Trial Court and Prosecutors Office are considering the day as a regular working day,” Cabaron said.
Asked about his reaction on the impeachment trial, Cabaron emphasized they have high regards on the senator judges and will trust their judgement on the outcome of the trial.
Cabaron hopes whatever is the conclusion of the impeachment hearing it will be in accordance with the rule of law, based on facts, evidences, fair and impartial.
by: Nonong Santiago
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