Shadow of Doubt: Probing the Supreme Court PDF ↠

Published by Newsbreak, the book, the first of its kind in the country written by Philippine journalist Marites Da guilan Vitug, will open the tightly shut windows of the Court and give the readers a glimpse of the least visible branch of governmentShadow of Doubt will introduce the public to the internal dynamics on the Philippine Supreme Court, give an idea of how the justices behave and thinkAsked why she wrote this book, Vitug replied I was so intrigued by the secrecy that wraps the Court, its culture of confidentiality The Supreme Court is an important institution yet it s not really scrutinized Shadow Of Doubt is Vitug s fourth book Shadow of Doubt: Probing the Supreme Court


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10 thoughts on “Shadow of Doubt: Probing the Supreme Court

  1. says:

    The Philippine Supreme Court is the court of the last resort In the judicial hierarchy, no court is above it Lawyers and litigants who wade through the messy and ofter corrupt jungle of the trial courts and even the Court of Appeals after all, a lot of corrupt trial court judges get promoted to the Court of Appeals look up to the Supreme Court with h


  2. says:

    well sourced and well written


  3. says:

    A must read to those who wish to learn the dynamics of Philippine Supreme Court In the end, Supreme Court Justices are also human, and therefore they are not immune to the culture of corruption in the Philippines In the words of the fictional character Patty Hewes of the American legal drama Damages The powerful corrupt the law when they use it as a club t


  4. says:

    very good background reference, esp with the current impeachment proceedings against Chief Justice Corona, but does Vitug have an axe to grind against ex Chief Justice Puno It almost seemed like she wants to caricature him, with semi sneered descriptions of his justice on wheels program, his supposed ambitions for the presidency which he didn t campaign for a


  5. says:

    A brilliant read even for a non legal mind like mine It s an exciting book to read merely by its verifiable facts with no obvious bias for or against anyone mentioned I reckon this should be required reading for those studying or already in the business of law in the Philippines Thank you Marites Danguilan Vitug.


  6. says:

    All true All eventually happened.


  7. says:

    Read this around a year ago, very interesting and revealing read


  8. says:

    law skewl readz


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