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Prosecution’s Formal Offer of Documentary Evidence

A total of 247 documentary evidences are listed in the Formal Offer of Evidence which the House Prosecution panel submitted to the Senate Impeachment court.

Also included in the document are the testimonies of the 25 witnesses presented by the prosecutors. Among the documents the prosecution ” wants admitted as evidence are the bank deposits of Corona in the Philippine Savings Bank and Bank of the Philippine Islands, the titles of his condominium units, the decisions of the Supreme Court on the case of the Philippine Airlines flight attendants, and the dissenting opinion of Associate Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno on the temporary restraining order on former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.”

“It is respectfully prayed that the exhibits be admitted for the purposes for which they are respectively offered in evidence,” the prosecutors said in their Formal Offer of Evidence.

Here is the Formal Offer of Documentary Evidence

Prosecution of the Formal Offer of Documentary Evidence

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