A Manila regional trial court upheld the decision of the Manila Metropolitan Trial Court in January, that the act at the Manila Cathedral in 2010, "offended religious feelings," said Carlos Celdran, a popular tour guide.
What does MRTC stand for?
MRTC stands for Manila Regional Trial Court (Philippines)
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The US government last week asked the Manila Regional Trial Court to turn over to its custody an Iranian man accused of attempting to illegally export materials for missiles and nuclear weapons.
Judge Silvino Pampilo of the Manila regional trial court said the prosecution had failed to prove beyond reasonable doubt that the 78-year-old widow of former President Ferdinand Marcos transferred ill-gotten funds abroad.
Judge Myra Fernandez of the Manila Regional Trial Court issued the arrest warrant a month after the Department of Justice (DOJ) filed two counts of murder charges against Lacson for allegedly masterminding the killing of Salvador aeBubby' Dacer and his driver, Emmanuel Corbito, in 2000.
Police said Lumbao was arrested for rebellion on a warrant issued by a Manila regional trial court judge.
The GSIS had earlier charged the journalists with fraud before the Manila Regional Trial Court.
Delivering the verdict, Judge Silvino Pampilo Jr of Branch 26 of the Manila regional trial court acquitted Imelda of 32 counts of dollar salting.