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Judge Santos Adiong of the Philippines; moron, serial offender

 

The Philippine Supreme Court provided Santos B. Adiong with a law license in 1965 after he graduated from the University of the Philippines School of Law.

 

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

 

Adiong’s 1st Bite at the Judicial Misfit Apple Tree

  • Guilty of gross ignorance of the law

As a direct consequence of his misconduct, the cheerleaders for Judicial Misfits sitting on the Republic of the Philippines Supreme Court punished Judge Adiong by gifting him with a complimentary Twenty Thousand Pesos (P20,000) fine and a stern warning that similar conduct in the future would be dealt with more severely.

 

Adiong’s 2nd Bite at the Judicial Misfit Apple Tree

  • Guilty of gross ignorance of the law
  • Engaged in grave abuse of judicial discretion

As a direct consequence of his misconduct, the cheerleaders for Judicial Misfits sitting on the Republic of the Philippines Supreme Court punished Judge Adiong by gifting him with a complimentary Fifty Thousand Pesos (P50,000) fine and a stern warning that similar conduct in the future would be dealt with more severely.

 

Adiong’s 3rd Bite at the Judicial Misfit Apple Tree

  • Grossly ignorant of the law (moron)
  • Abused his judicial authority
  • Engaged in gross misconduct
  • Guilty of gross ignorance of the law for summarily punishing FAPEs president and employees without any written charge for indirect contempt or giving them any opportunity to explain their refusal to obey the courts order [due process]
  • Conduct even more reprehensible since the four FAPE employees cited for contempt, two of whom were arrested and detained were not even impleaded in Special Civil Action No. 690-10
  • Even worse, the arrest of the FAPE employees was made despite the issuance by the Court of Appeals of a TRO enjoining the Judge Adiong from enforcing the Order
  • The seeming eagerness and haste with which Adiong demonstrated in issuing the assailed orders, warrants and writ betray a design to railroad judicial processes to favor a preferred litigant
  • Adiong’s act in citing a person in contempt of court in a manner which displays obvious partiality was deplorable
  • Engaged in a grave abuse of judicial authority for having precipitately adjudged guilty of indirect contempt in disregard of the elementary rules of procedure

As a direct consequence of his misconduct, the cheerleaders for Judicial Misfits sitting on the Republic of the Philippines Supreme Court punished Judge Adiong by gifting him with a complimentary 6-month suspension from the bench without pay and a stern warning that similar conduct in the future would be dealt with more severely.

 

As we speak (ca. April 2020), Adiong continues to sit as a Regional Trial Court Judge in Marawi City, Philippines.

 

 
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