QC court delays hearing on summons case versus De Lima
A Quezon City court has postponed anew the disobedience to summons case hearing of detained Senator
Leila de Lima for the failure of the prosecution to supposedly present witness Ronnie Dayan, the lawmaker’s
reported ex-lover and bodyguard.
The hearing was reset by the Quezon City Metropolitan Trial Court Branch 34 to November 7.
Dayan was supposed to take the witness stand for the prosecution, but the Muntinlupa court, which has
jurisdiction over him, has yet to permit him to leave his detention cell and attend the hearing in Quezon City.
Judge Lorna Navarro Domingo of the Muntinlupa Regional Trial Court Branch 206, rather than quickly allowing
Dayan authorization to show up as observer under the watchful eye of the Quezon City court, set a hearing for the
indictment’s movement on October 12.
De Lima and Dayan confront a case for intrigue to submit tranquilize exchanging before Branch 206.
Neglecting over De Lima’s case
Atty. Filibon Tacardon De Lima’s direction said the safeguard “will make a move” if the arraignment would at
present neglect to introduce Dayan in the November’s listening ability.
Outside the court Tacardon said his group will ask for the court to defer the introduction of Dayan as an observer
since they can never again sit tight for De Lima’s previous associate for eternity.
The defiance to gathers case originated from the objection of then House pioneers Pantaleon Alvarez, Rodolfo Fariñas and Reynaldo Umali blaming the woman representative for advising Dayan to overlook a 2016 Congress examination in connection to the multiplication of unlawful medications inside the New Bilibid Prison.
De Lima later prosecute by the Department of Justice (DOJ) which she previously head a few days after the protest.
De Lima imprison in Camp Crame for over one year for far anyone knows being associate with the unlawful medication exchange at the National Bilibid Prison professedly to fund her 2016 senatorial battle.