- Makati RTC gave chance to Sen. Triilanes to challenge his arrest
- Sen. Trillanes was given 5 more days to comment on the motion
- The hearing regarding Department of Justice’s motion will be on September 13
No arrest warrant yet for Sen. Antonio Trillanes. The Makati Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 148 released an order allowing Trillanes to have 5 more days to file his comment regarding the motion for warrant made by Department of Justice (DOJ).
The hearing for the motion is set on September 13, 2018. KAMI learned from Rappler that Presiding Judge Andres Bartolome Soriano issued the said order on Tuesday but was sent to the parties today, September 5, 2018.
Soriano stated that, “Accused Antonio Trillanes IV is given a period of 5 days from receipt of this order within which to file comment to the motion. Let the motion be set for hearing on September 13, 2018, at 9:00 in the morning,”
Trillanes has been given the chance to challenge the arrest despite the fact that DOJ said no hearing will be needed for the arrest.
In a previous report by KAMI, Sen. Trillanes seeks to file a petition for temporary restraining order at the Supreme Court. According to the senator, the President’s proclamation is not valid for he complied with the requirements needed for his amnesty.
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