Just don't throw it around in Puerto Rico.
Last edited: Mar 12, Albeit, I grew up hearing the word used by Puerto Ricans, so it was more as kirasiena has explained and doubt it would be used that way in Puerto Rico. Exactly aloofsocialite. And in my case as in many of my peers I can safely assume I didn't even know the meaning and its sexual connotations up until a few years ago. I just grew up knowing it was a very bad curse word, the highest level of the interjection "Fuck! It's funny cause reading over my post I'm like "Oh, it's not that bad.
But it is! But then through reggaeton and rap and just a generational shift, we the youngsters amongst ourselves used it more frequently and even as a way of making fun of the fact that it was such a "bad word". And since it's an expression of frustration, which humans experience daily, it became our word of choice. That's great! Nowadays I can think of way worse curse words in our vocabulary. But still, don't throw it around ;- I think I was sufficiently thorough.
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Respondent Judge reasoned that she immediately acted on the motion of the defense in the Macapato Case because an urgent motion is exempted from the three-day notice rule. She maintained that the motion was granted and was issued in good faith in the performance of judicial functions. Respondent Judge also insisted that her order of dismissal in the Tingcang Case was issued in good faith in the performance of her judicial functions.
Respondent Judge admitted her mistake in the Casido Case, averring that the finding of lack of probable cause on the basis of absence of a 'fatal injury' was an error but an error of judgment made in good faith. In response to the allegation that she unduly interfered in the court proceedings, respondent Judge explained that she merely reminded lawyers of the purpose of enforcing the rules and to elicit evidence with sufficient probative value to help in the search for truth.
On her alleged offensive and disrespectful attitude towards her staff, respondent Judge denied being oppressive to her staff. She claimed that she merely rebuked or admonished them in the exercise of her supervisory authority. Respondent Judge also admitted arriving late to court but denied that her tardiness was often or habitual. The Office of the Court Administrator OCA recommended that the charges against respondent Judge relative to the issuance of the 1 Order dated June 18, in the Macapato Case, 2 Order dated June 18, in the Tingcang Case for the dismissal of the case on the ground of violation of the accused's right to speedy trial, and 3 Order relative to the Casido Case, dismissing the same for lack of probable cause, be dismissed for involving issues judicial in nature which are beyond the purview of an administrative proceeding.
The OCA reasoned that a party's remedy, if prejudiced by the orders of a judge given in the course of a trial, lies with the proper reviewing court, not with OCA by means of an administrative complaint. For the OCA to review the merits underlying each decision and order issued by respondent Judge would result in a re-evaluation of his exercise of his judicial discretion which is definitely beyond the OCA's authority.
These are clearly matters for judicial adjudication. With respect however to the other charges, pertaining largely to the demeanor of respondent Judge, the OCA found that the same appear to be serious. The OCA thus recommended that the remaining charges filed against respondent Judge be referred to the Executive Justice of the Court of Appeals, Cagayan de Oro City, for raffle among the Justices thereat for investigation, report and recommendation within sixty 60 days from receipt of the records.
Investigating Justice Maria Filomena D. Singh Investigating Justice recommended that respondent Judge be held administratively liable for Oppression with a fine of P40, The Investigating Justice also recommended that respondent Judge be transferred to a different court considering the irremediably strained relations between respondent Judge and the court staff; 40 and that the names of certain witnesses be blocked from the decision that the Court will render in this case.
The testimonies of the court staff witnesses and the Branch Clerk of Court uniformly pointed to the habitual tardiness of respondent Judge in coming to work and holding court hearings, which they consistently testified to as generally starting between and in the morning. The testimonies of court staff witnesses also revealed that respondent Judge does not want to indicate in the Minutes of the Proceedings the actual time court sessions start.
A court staff testified that one of the court's casual employee was once reprimanded by respondent Judge when she wrote in the Minutes of the Proceedings that the actual time of arrival of respondent Judge was a. Although the Minutes of the Proceedings in her court reflect that respondent Judge start court sessions regularly at a. On the charge of Oppression, the Investigating Justice found that respondent Judge failed to show compassion, patience, courtesy and civility to lawyers who appear before her in contravention of the mandates of the New Code of Judicial Conduct which sets the high standards of demeanor before all judges must observe.
Respondent Judge displayed antagonistic behavior towards Atty. Basher Macapado, who appeared as defense counsel in Criminal Case Nos. Macapado, during the last hearing, it was Atty. Plando who appeared. These were already testified by this witness. Next time, if you intend to do your cross-examination you better appear so you will not be wasting the court's time and these were already testified to by the witness. Where is Atty. He is out of town Your Honor. As far as this is concerned Your Honor, this was not testified to by this witness.
What is your question before this? I will contempt you. That was already taken during the last hearing when Atty. Plando appeared and this time you were asking the same question. Yes Your Honor because what this witness have testified is about confirmation and this object was not presented to the court Your Honor.
You are out of order Atty. Next time before you appear you ask Atty. Plando a copy of the previous transcript so that there will be no redundancy. Have you read or are you aware? I am only asking the witness about this object Your Honor and this was not presented during the last hearing. Through the filing of a Manifestation, Atty.
Macapado apologized to the court for the incident which happened during the hearing on May 14, but prayed for respondent Judge to extend a little respect to all lawyers who appear before her court in the presence of their respective clients and other litigants. As evidenced by the TSN taken on January 25, , respondent Judge also engaged in an argument in open court with a certain Atty. Gerardo Padilla who appeared as defendants' counsel in Civil Case No. Padilla found the behavior of respondent Judge antagonistic 51 which led to the exchange of words between respondent Judge and Atty.
Padilla who was prompted to utter the words " xxx you can do your worst and I will do my best " 52 to respondent Judge, maintaining civility towards the court despite the exchange.
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Complainant and Assistant City Prosecutor Diaz also experienced the same antagonistic and hostile behavior from respondent Judge which caused them embarrassment in open court as shown in the TSNs submitted by complainant. Complainant was scolded by respondent Judge in open court on September 10, for his failure to properly address the court.
These incidents highlighted respondent Judge's lack of temperance and self-restraint which taints her impartiality in making decisions in the eyes of the public. To make matters worse, respondent Judge also exhibited conduct unbecoming of a judge when she shouted at a court staff in her chambers while correcting the court staffs draft orders which she dictated in open court and called the court staff, " bogo ba nimo " you are dumb or stupid. Another court staff also experienced being berated and humiliated by respondent Judge. This property has currency exchange on site.
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