While it seems like the younger and more dapper gentlemen of the prosecution is winning it out on the wardrobe department, there’s one man from the defense–except Justice Cuevas–who seems to be up for the challenge.

Meet Atty. Joel Bodegon, a UP educated lawyer who served with the Office of the Solicitor General. Amidst the ties and barongs we see in the day-to-day impeachment proceedings, this man introduces some quirkiness through his bow-ties (clip on or not, give him props for originality) and his round Potter-like spectacles.

Filipinos must know who he really is;prosecution allegedly waged media campaign, he needs to correct wrong impression

So let’s just give him the chance to prove himself, after 5months of silence, it’s his moment to speak.

So please keep calm and let him speak

Ang tagal ng Impeachment Trial, ang daming shenanigans! Sa totoo lang puwede namang padaliin, i-subpoena si Mr. and Mrs. Corona to be on the witness stand then go from there! .

What they are doing now is: Waste of Philippine tax money, exposure, papogian, pataasan ng ihi. Geez! Paano uunlad ang Pilipinas kung sa simple bagay na ganto pinatatagal pa! Grrrr!

One of our most-retweeted Twitter posts about the Corona impeachment trial is a dialogue between the prosecution and PSBank President Pascual Garcia III. Garcia first appeared at court on Wednesday, February 8. He responded to the impeachment court’s subpoena on behalf of PSBank Katipunan branch manager Annabelle Tiongson.

Tiongson has been ordered to attend Monday’s session.

Prosecution: Good afternoon sir.
PSBank Pres: May I consult with my counsel, sir?
Prosecution: I just said “Good afternoon!”