January 29, 1998 - The Supreme Court upholds Marcos' 1993 corruption conviction and sentence of 12 years in prison. A second appeal is denied.
February 7, 1998 - Marcos declares her intent to run for president.
April 29, 1998 - Marcos withdraws from the presidential race.
October 6, 1998 - The Philippine Supreme Court overturns Marcos' 1993 conviction of graft. She faced a 12-year prison sentence and $4.3 million fine.
2004 - Marcos appears as herself in the documentary "Imelda."
November 2006 - Marcos launches fashion line, The Imelda Collection.
June 13, 2007 - Marcos is acquitted on five counts of tax violations.
July 2007 - Government loses case claiming rights to $4.7 million in Marcos' account after 10 years of prosecution against the Security Bank and Trust Co.
March 10, 2008 - A Philippine court acquits Marcos in a 17-year-old case of 32 counts of illegal transfer of wealth totaling $863 million in Swiss bank accounts.
May 11, 2010 - Marcos wins a seat representing Ilocos Norte province in the Philippine House of Representatives.
September 9, 2010 - A Philippine court orders Marcos to repay the government almost $280,000 for funds taken from the National Food Authority by Ferdinand Marcos in 1983.