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Can a defendant face his accuser?

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1 Can a defendant face his accuser? on Tue Apr 28, 2015 1:44 am

PykeOPATHIC


Arresto Menor
Hi Attorneys,

I have an ongoing lawsuit against my previous employer. They never showed up in the mediation until it got escalated to a formal lawsuit. The first hearing was this morning but as usual, nobody from the company appeared. Ironically, pumunta yung president sa bahay namin just this evening. Lasing and with a bodyguard. Hinahanap ako but I wasn't available.

Legal ba ang ginawa niya? I seriously doubt that he is there out of good or at least neutral intentions. If he is, then he should've called me to set a time, wouldn't be with a bodyguard and not under the influence of liquor.

Would appreciate your advice.

Thank you.



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2 Re: Can a defendant face his accuser? on Tue Apr 28, 2015 5:48 am

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Reclusion Perpetua
PykeOPATHIC wrote:Hi Attorneys,

I have an ongoing lawsuit against my previous employer. They never showed up in the mediation until it got escalated to a formal lawsuit. The first hearing was this morning but as usual, nobody from the company appeared. Ironically, pumunta yung president sa bahay namin just this evening. Lasing and with a bodyguard. Hinahanap ako but I wasn't available.

Legal ba ang ginawa niya? I seriously doubt that he is there out good or at least neutral intentions. If he is, then he should've called me to set a time, wouldn't be with a bodyguard and not under the influence of liquor.

Would appreciate your advice.

Thank you.

It is legal for a "defendant" (or respondent) to face his accuser - but only during the hearing, not elsewhere.

Ipa-blotter mo sa barangay at pulis ang nangyari.

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