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The Revival of the Death Penalty: A Step In Regression

Before the impassioned debates begin, it is good to examine the current legal framework that the death penalty bills need to contend with if it is to be reinstituted in the country.

The 3 in 1 Palawan Supreme Court Decision Simplified

Given the significance of the Supreme Court’s Decision in the life of every Palaweño, it must be read and understood by all. A good grasp of the Court’s wisdom might help put an end to the division caused by an issue understandably close to our hearts.

Mayor Danao’s Preventive Suspension Explained

The Resolution springs from administrative charges of Grave Misconduct, Gross Negligence, and Conduct Prejudicial to the Best Interest of Service, filed by Vice Mayor Lumba and the members of the Sangguniang Bayan of Narra.

The Life of the Law: Beyond the Bar

Through a feat only a handful is able to achieve, Atty. Jocelyn brought much-needed glee by showcasing to the nation the excellence of Palaweños and the quality of legal education in the province.