Sino ang nagsabi na close tayo?: A thesis on anti-chamber practices in the Philippine judiciary
Date of Publication
Bachelor of Science in Legal Management
Ramon V. Del Rosario College of Business
Erickson H. Balmes
Defense Panel Chair
Antonio A. Ligon
Defense Panel Member
Arvin A. Jo
This research was done to further define and interpret the grey areas in the law specifically in the context of anti-chamber practice. The research questions strategically formed to as follows: 1. Whether or not the absence of a law regulating or prohibiting chamber practice violates a person's right to due process (Article III, Section 1) 2. Whether or not the absence of a law regulating or prohibiting chamber practice violates the constitutional provision on the accountability of public officers 3. Whether or not the absence of a law regulating or prohibiting chamber practice violates the right of people to information of public concern (Article III, Section 7)
Admittedly, there is a lack of a law regulating or prohibiting chamber practices, most specially one that deals with communication between the judge and a party concerned with the case. Thus, we sought experts in the fields in the affirmation of our findings and results. We also referred to statutes and jurisprudence to further help us in our thesis.
This research was done to further augment the definition and the scope of allowable practices in legal and judicial ethics.
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Dulnoan, D. D., & Vivas, C. P. (2016). Sino ang nagsabi na close tayo?: A thesis on anti-chamber practices in the Philippine judiciary. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/etd_bachelors/5611