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Right of aggrieved party of submit relevant evidences in Court.

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Arresto Menor
Suppose the legal counsel of plaintiff A, repeatedly refused to submit evidences during preliminary hearings,(contending that such evidences shall be presented during proper hearings), the RTC Judge repeatedly dimissing the case for "no new issue or ground is raised" (by said Legal Counsel), thus plaintiff A, was forced to interfere and directly submitted the evidences but the RTC ignored/refused the submitted evidences, because it was not coursed through his legal counsel,thus causing havoc to plaintiff A claim, Thus, plaintiff A, became the aggrieved party (made turn-aggrieved by the unfair dismissals without hearings, invoke his rights, as protected by Civil code of the Philippines and Rules of Court, the right to submit the relevant evidences. Is the RIC judge right or wrong in ignoring/refusing to admit such RELEVANT evidences because it was submitted by the personally by plaintiff A and not through his unmoved Legal Counsel.

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Would like to help you but i noticed the word "Suppose at the beginning of the query. Is this an actual case or just hypothetical?

If actual case, please wait for the reply here. Thanks

ATTENTION MODERATORS: Is it possible to have a new forum (/thread?) for academic discussions regarding hypothetical problems and assignments of law students on hypothetical problems where we can freely discuss without fear of possibly confussing people with actual cases? thanks.

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