Sunday, October 16, 2011

Office of the Court Administrator vs. Aguilar, A.M. No. RTJ-07-2087, June 7, 2011

Judge; dishonesty. (J. Abad)

The accomplishment of the Personal Data Sheet (PDS) is a requirement under the Civil Service Rules and Regulations for employment in the government. Judge Aguilar was guilty of dishonesty in filling out her PDS when she answered that she had no pending administrative case against her and that she had not been formally charged nor found guilty of any administrative charge. Her failure to disclose such facts in her PDS filed upon her assumption of office when she already had notice of the adverse decision therein constitutes dishonesty, considered a grave offense under the Administrative Code of 1987, as well as the Civil Service Rules, with the corresponding penalty of dismissal from service even for the first offense.

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