Rappler's latest stories on Roland Jurado
Citing grave abuse of discretion by the anti graft court Sandiganbayan government prosecutors are moving for the reversal of the court’s resolution
Estrada has been telling his San Juan allies he expects to be out on bail soon How true?
Has there been undue pressure exerted on the justices to back out from the case?
A look at the 3rd and 5th division justices: It bears watching how they will behave under a new administration and whether their actuations will be their ticket to the High Court
It bears watching how the Aquino appointees will act on the plunder cases if Aquino is no longer in power It is also interesting to find out how the cases will play out with a president sympathetic to the senators
The dean of the De La Salle University College of Law recommends the involvement of private prosecutors in the plunder cases
[Exclusive] As of end 2012 the 14 anti graft court justices have a collective net worth of over P215 million – less than the P224 5 million that Revilla is accused of collecting from 2006 2010
UPDATED Estrada says he will be bringing his iPad with him to keep him company when the arrest warrant is issued