Call for Transparency and Accountability in Philippine Prisons

When prisoners are given unwarranted privileges, continue their illicit business from prison, or are surreptitiously and illegally freed, grave injustice is done to the victims, law enforcers, and lawyers (as prosecutor, defense counsel, or judge) who invested time, effort and resources, even at great risk to their security, to put criminals in jail.

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Cooperation not Discrimination

The Integrated Bar of the Philippines calls out undue discrimination against COVID-19 healthworkers, other frontliners, and patients (denied entry to boarding house, denied transportation, denied admission in some hospitals, etc.).

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On Violence against Lawyers

Filipino lawyers condole with the family and loved ones of Atty. Bayani P. Dalangin, 73 years old, retired PAO lawyer and professor of law at Araullo University who was shot dead infront of his clients at his office in Talavera, Nueva Ecija last February 28, 2020.

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