Supreme Court issues circular on use of cartoons in view of Syjuco use of Clipart in complaint vs FPnoy Aquino


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Supreme Court issues circular on the use of Clipart/ cartoons/ drawings/ artwork in pleadings in view of Syjuco use of clipart in criminal affidavit-complaint vs. FPNoy Aquino

                      SC Circular No. 12-15-2017

 On the Use of Cartoons/ Clipart in Pleadings

              In view of the practice of certain litigants or lawyers in using “Clipart” in their pleadings, the Supreme Court en banc hereby issues the following circular amending the Revised Rules of Court:
        1.Any cartoon, artwork, drawing used in a pleading should be original and drawn by the lawyer or litigant himself using a stylus and touchscreen, or pencil and paper (watercolor and other media may also be used…

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TRIGGER WARNING for all examinees. Some handouts & notes


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TRIGGER WARNING for all examinees. Some handouts and notes.

Trigger warning for students taking the exam:            The usual rules made known to all students at the start of the semester and in the previous exam will be enforced with the usual strictness on all examinees equally (e.g., Rules include the usual “No talking once exam sheets with exam questions have been distributed” for whatever excuse a student has for chattering with his/her neighbor; all devices should be on silent mode, a student whose device disrupts the exams will be asked to leave; etc.).

       Students who are experiencing grief, anxiety, clinical depression, bipolarism, manic-depressive syndrome, PTSD, and similar conditions requiring medication, who may not be able to withstand the ordinary rigors of exam-taking and the consequences of violating the ordinary rules of taking exams (e.g., being asked to leave the…

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