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We also refused to quash the investigation in the case," the bench of the apex court said in its order.
Magistrate Mathaka will listen to the arguments of that proposal by the state and make a determination should he decide not to quash the charges when proceedings resume on July 18.
" Manila RTC Judge Rainelda Estacio-Mendoza said in her order issued Friday that Ressa's motion to quash would be deemed submitted for resolution whenboth parties have submitted their respective pleadings on the pending motion.
"The arguments raised by accused with respect to the reconsideration of their motion to quash likewise failed to persuade.
On whether the court has jurisdiction or not, the judge said the argument was that the court had the power to quash charges.
He also asked the NAB attorney to point out how influence was used by the Sharif family to quash the proceedings in this matter.
In a statement late Friday, special prosecutor Brian Wice said the motions to quash are "so clearly baseless, neither merits comment."
In its statement, the commission said: "The referral is made on the basis of new information which was not raised at trial, and which in the view of the Commission, could have added support to Mr Evans's defence at trial and therefore raises a real possibility that the Court of Appeal may now quash the conviction."
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The Q Branch Police, who filed the charges against Nick and the men, plan to appeal the court's decision to quash the allegations.
THE mother of a British soldier shot dead alongside a comrade in Northern Ireland has branded a decision to quash the conviction of the man jailed for their murder as "scandalous".