PCGG congratulates Ombudsman over Imelda Marcos' conviction

The Presidential Commission on Good Government on Monday congratulated the Office of the Ombudsman for the successful prosecution of Former First Lady and Ilocos Norte Rep. Imelda Marcos. 

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Because she has been convicted, bail is no longer a matter of right, but discretionary upon the court. Rules 114 and 120 come into play in the question of whether or not Imelda Marcos can post bail.

Imelda will be free | Inquirer Opinion

Dash your hopes. Imelda Marcos will never serve jail sentence. Not because she is 89 years old, but because she is simply filthy rich. Few of the wealthy and powerful go to jail in this country. Forty-two years of jail sentence will merely be a castle in the air for a people who have long endured the wait for a grand Marcos chastisement. Lest we forget, this is the Philippines where justice is selectively skewed if the price and influence are right.

Imelda Marcos not barred from 2019 elections, says Comelec

Imelda today, PNoy and DU30 tomorrow? - The Manila Times Online

Ways for Imelda to avoid prison | Philstar.com

By availing of legal remedies Imelda Marcos can stay out of prison. That’s despite her sentencing Friday to 77 years for seven counts of graft.