Survey on Persons Deprived of Liberty Released by the Courts
In the interest of an effective administration of justice, and pursuant to the Resolution dated 27 January 2004 in A.M. No. 03-8-02-SC.
Guidelines in the Imposition of Community Service as Penalty in Lieu of Imprisonment
The Philippine Women Judges Association (PWJA) is deeply saddened by the passing of its beloved founder, Justice Ameurfina A. Melencio-Herrera, who lived a full life at 98 years of age. Justice Herrera organized the PWJA on September 5, 1987 with only 155 women judges, and had overseen its consistent growth over the years. Now, more than a thousand lady magistrates look up to Justice Herrera as a source of inspiration and empowerment. Her academic superiority, manifest integrity, remarkable fortitude, and endless capacity for work even in her twilight years are unparalleled.
Public Access to Videoconferencing Hearings
Interim Guidelines for Absences Due to Quarantine and/or Treatment Relative to COVID-19
MANNER OF PAYMENT AND DISPOSITION OF LEGAL FEES AND OTHER COLLECTIONS IN THE LOWER COURTS AMIDST THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Use of Official Philippine Judiciary Office 365 Accounts for Dissemination of Administrative Orders, Circulars and Other Court Issuances, and Submission of Court Reports
Authority of All Other First and Second Level Courts to Conduct Videoconferencing Hearings