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I made the mistake of informing him that I had recorded his voice and realising the trouble he was in by making a fake accusation, he refused to accompany me to the public attorney's office.
Senator Teofisto Guingona, committee chairman, appointed the lawyers from the public attorney's office (PAO) to assist Napoles during the course of the proceedings.
Public Attorney's Office chief Persida Rueda-Acosta has also pushed for the re-opening of the case, for another reason.
Lawyers from the Public Attorney's Office (PAO), who represented Cadelina, had asked the court to dismiss the case.
Why would our honourable public attorney's office take up such cases in the first place rather than dismissing it outright and considering it as a joke?
1 million (this amount does not include certain applicable adjustments) as of December 31, 2008 (the "Unsettled Amount"), because of divergent interpretations between the Registrant and the Public Attorney's Office of the State of Sao Paulo (the "Public Attorney's Office") relating to the calculation and eligibility criteria applicable to the Benefits.
Persida Rueda-Acosta, head of the Public Attorney's Office (PAO), and Robert Reyes, dubbed the "running priest" accompanied five complainants, who included Shaine Lee Valdez, 3, Karylle Anne Ungsod, a one-year-and-seven-month-old child, Arlene Clarin, 45, Whilmore Hibe, 29, and Jocelyn Ungsod, 27.