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Estrada said that it is unfair that he and Senator Juan Ponce Enrile have already been prejudged.
Her lawyer, Vikram Varma, said the neglect allegations had "no substance" and added: "They have prejudged her.
He said not one of the councillors present had been under 40, while a number were over 65 but felt their decision was swayed more by their belief that the Llanelli entertainment agency organising the event had prejudged the situation.
In the High Court yesterday Mr Al Fayed's barrister, Michael Beloff QC, told Mr Justice Collins the ruling was "disproportionate, unfair and prejudged.
In a letter addressed to Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II, they said 'the honorable Secretary of the Department of Justice has already prejudged this case as shown by his public pronouncements.
The appeals court said the Pasig judge had prejudged the merits of the case filed by One Source Port Support Services Inc.
The former Comelec chief, who has supervised the conduct of the 2013 senatorial and local elections, said that it would be unfair for Comelec to conduct any probe when one of the commissioners has prejudged Smartmatic.