MA. PAZ FERNANDEZ KROHN vs. COURT OF APPEALS and EDGAR KROHN, JR., G.R. No. 108854 June 14, 1994.
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The instant appeal has taken its toll on the petition for annulment. Three years have already lapsed and private respondent herein, as petitioner before the trial court, has yet to conclude his testimony thereat. We thus enjoin the trial judge and the parties’ respective counsel to act with deliberate speed in resolving the main action, and avoid any and all stratagems that may further delay this case. If all lawyers are allowed to appeal every perceived indiscretion of a judge in the course of trial and include in their appeals depthless issues, there will be no end to litigations, and the docket of appellate courts will forever be clogged with inconsequential cases. Hence, counsel should exercise prudence in appealing lower court rulings and raise only legitimate issues so as not to retard the resolution of cases. Indeed, there is no point in unreasonably delaying the resolution of the petition and prolonging the agony of the wedded couple who after coming out from a storm still have the right to a renewed blissful life either alone or in the company of each other. (Salita v. Judge Magtolis, G.R. No. 106429, 16 May 1994).
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