Is it legal for cops to ask motorcyle riders to alight from their motorcycles and pry open their bags at checkpoints? How about if you marry twice without annulling the first, will you be charged with either adultery if you are a woman or concubinage if you are a man?
These are questions ordinary people like us encounter in our daily lives. What are the available remedies for us?
Questions like these are what excites Dean JV Bautista, dean of the John Wesley School of Law and Governance, the fastest growing law school in Central Luzon and distinguished litigator Atty. IQ Tuason, hosts of ANC's newest legal show, " Legal Edge" which airs for the first time today, February 4, at 3:30 in the afternoon up to 4pm. Replays of the show happens at 5:30-6pm (primetime Sunday) every Sundays beginning tomorrow.
Everyone in the legal profession knows Dean JV Bautista, a popular legal advocate and practitioner, who fought the Marcos dictatorship and continues to fight for the rights of ordinary folks. He's the outspoken defender of human rights during the Marcos law years and has served as Secretary General of UNA.
Meanwhile, Atty Tuason is the former governor of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines in Central Luzon. She's beautiful outside but feisty on the inside. She's what we call "confidently beautiful" among women in the legal profession.
I heard for the first or pilot episode, Dean Bautista and Atty IQ would tackle the issue of "Rule of Law." THIS IS A HOT ISSUE IN THE PHILIPPINES right now.
Don't fail to watch this new show. Please. And support it by sharing it later.