- Makati RTC Branch 150 gave Department of Justice another 10 days to submit a formal comment
- Upon their submission, Senator Antonio Trillanes was given five days to respond
- RTC-Makati Branch 150 is handling the case of Trillanes’ involvement in a rebellion case
It has been reported that Makati Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 150 did not issue a warrant of arrest and hold departure order against Senator Antonio Trillanes for the meantime.
Instead, KAMI has learned from GMA News that RTC gave Department of Justice (DOJ) five more days to present a much more formal comment regarding the motion they have filed.
Senator Trillanes was also given five days to respond on DOJ’s formal comment.
RTC-Makati Branch 150 held a hearing on Friday, regarding the involvement of Senator Trillanes in a rebellion case.
In a previous report by KAMI, RTC-Makati Branch 148 has yet to issue an arrest warrant to Senator Trillanes as well. Branch 148 gave another 10 days for the senator to give further comments regarding the DOJ’s motion. On that note, DOJ can reply to Senator Trillanes’ comment within five days upon his submission.
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