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Judge Renato Dilag of the Philippines; imbecile, scofflaw  


The Philippine Supreme Court provided Renato J. Dilag with a law license in 1974 after he graduated from the University of the Philippines School of Law.


The Integrated Bar of the Philippines found Judge Dilag guilty of the following misconduct.

  • Rendered unjust orders
  • Abused his judicial authority
  • Misused court processes
  • Blatantly disregarded rules on service of process on parties prior to ruling on matters (due process)
  • Denied motion outright for being manifestly defective and then he granted the same
  • While he set a motion for hearing, still the three-day notice was not observed, thus the party failed to attend the hearing, thereby depriving of her right to due process
  • When Dilag failed to consider so basic and elemental a rule, a law, or a principle in the discharge of his duties, he is either too incompetent and undeserving of his position, or is too vicious that the oversight or omission was deliberately done in bad faith and in grave abuse of judicial authority

Apparently, Judge Dilag is of the opinion that “due process” is the means by which the grass becomes moist in the a.m.


As a direct consequence of his misconduct, the cheerleaders for Judicial Misfits sitting on the Republic of the Philippines Supreme Court punished Judge Gozum by gifting him with a complimentary Thirty Thousand Pesos (P30,000) fine and a stern warning that similar conduct in the future would be dealt with more severely.


As we speak (ca. May 2020), Dilag continues to sit as a Regional Trial Court Judge in Olongapo City, Philippines.


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