- The controversial issue regarding the 6 jeepney drivers who got detained after protesting or the “Piston 6” has been making the rounds on social media
- Earlier, the Caloocan Police said that the jeepney drivers will only be released if they post bail
- This prompted 2019 Bar Exam topnotcher Mae Diane Azores to offer legal assistance for their release
- Azores is also known to be an accountant and a proud daughter of a jeepney driver
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Recently, the issue regarding the 6 jeepney drivers who protested and were detained or the “Piston6” has been circulating on social media.
KAMI learned that the 2019 Bar topnotcher Atty. Mae Diane Azores is also volunteering to help the jeepney drivers be set free.
As reported by Interaksyon, lawyer Henrie Famorcan Enaje who is already providing legal assistance to the “Piston6” shared on social media that Azores approached her and offered to help.
“Atty., good afternoon, please let me know if there’s anything I can help with the case of Piston 6. Thanks,” Azores said in her message.
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The Bar topnotcher has been sharing her support for the transport rights group, Piston Philippines. She shared a post calling for donations for the Piston 6.
In a previous report by KAMI, Azores is a proud daughter of a jeepney driver. She earlier mentioned that she would like to be a trial lawyer and focus on labor law.
According to reports, the 6 jeepney drivers protested along EDSA to allow them to operate amid the community quarantine. However, they were detained and they have to post bail before they can be released.
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