Justice On Wheels visit Naga City

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Justice on Wheels visit Naga City to give legal services to the Naguenoes. Although, it's not my first time to see their bus, we are happy that they were able to bring free legal aide, medical and dental to our provincial BJMP and mediation proceedings.  JOW was organized and first aimed to bring free-legal services to out of reach provinces who has no available courts but now they also travel the Philippines to let people know their existence and their mission as well. 
Justice on Wheels

It was a very busy day for hubby considering that he is the head of the Mediation Center wherein mediation was held. Detainee also had their share of performance that made half of the attendees cried.  
an interpretative dance from detainees of BJMP

It was a very teary eyed song and I do hope they will keep that burning promise to change their lives despite their situation. 
from left - Vice Mayor Bordado, RTC Exec. Judge Contreras, Mayor John Bongat, DCA Vilches,
 and the two retires justices whose name I forgot. (sorry) 

Each courts has their fair share of experience abound the JOW and being the court stenographer on duty that day and (also the official photographer- LOL) i was able to come up and experience a little time inside the bus. 
Left to right,  our clerk of court, our very young PAO lawyer, me, Judge Nacional, our interpreter and criminal case clerk

It was a very busy day for me but lots of fun and another great experience to treasure. 


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