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I
NDEX
 
I.
 
REVISED
 
PENAL
 
CODE
 
/
 
SPECIAL
 
LAWS,
 
PRESIDENTIAL
 
DECREES,
 
AND
 
EXECUTIVE
 
ORDERS
 
A.
 
BOOK
 
1
 
(ARTICLES
 
1
99,
 
RPC,
 
EXCLUDING
 
PROVISIONS
 
ON
 
CIVIL
 
LIABILITY),
 
INCLUDING
 
RELATED
 
SPECIAL
 
LAWS
 
1.
 
FUNDAMENTAL
 
PRINCIPLES
 
 Actus
 
Me
 
Invito
 
Factus
 
Non
 
Est 
 
Meus
 
 Actus
 
1
 
Non
 
Facit 
 
Reum,
 
Nisi 
 
Mens
 
Sit 
 
Rea
 
1
 
Bill
 
Of 
 
Attainder
 
5
 
Classical
 
Theory
 
1
 
Crime
 
1
 
Criminal
 
Law
 
1
 
Doctrine
 
Of 
 
Pro
 
Reo
 
1
 
Eclectic
 
Or
 
Mixed
 
Theory
 
1
 
English
 
Rule
 
3
 
Ex 
 
Post 
 
Facto
 
Law
 
5
 
Extraterritorial
 
3
 
French
 
Rule
 
3
 
Generality
 
4
 
Intraterritorial
 
3
 
Mala
 
In
 
Se
 
2
 
Mala
 
Prohibita
 
2
 
Nullum
 
Crimen,
 
Nulla
 
Poena
 
Sine
 
Lege
 
1
 
Philippine
 
Ship
 
3
 
Positivist
 
Theory
 
1
 
Prospectivity
 
4
 
Territoriality
 
4
 
Utilitarian
 
Or
 
Protective
 
Theory
 
1
 
2.
 
FELONIES
 
 Aberratio
 
Ictus
 
8,9
 
Complex
 
Crime
 
15
 
Complex
 
Crime
 
Proper
 
16
 
Compound
 
Crime
 
16
 
Conspiracy
 
14
 
Continued
 
Crime
 
16
 
Continuing
 
Crime
 
16
 
Culpa
 
6
 
Dolo
 
6
 
Error 
 
In
 
Personae
 
8,9
 
Felonies
 
6
 
Habitual
 
Delinquency
 
15
 
Implied
 
Conspiracy
 
15
 
Impossible
 
Crime
 
11,13
 
Inherent
 
Impossibility
 
11
 
Intent
 
8
 
Mens
 
Rea
 
7
 
Mistake
 
Of 
 
Fact
 
8
 
Motive
 
8
 
Plurality
 
Of 
 
Crimes
 
17
 
Praeter 
 
Intentionem
 
8,9
 
Proposal
 
14
 
263
Proximate
 
Cause
 
10
 
Quasi
Recidivism
 
15
 
Recidivism
 
15
 
Reiteracion
 
15
 
Special
 
Complex
 
Crime
 
16
 
3.
 
CIRCUMSTANCES
 
WHICH
 
AFFECT
 
CRIMINAL
 
LIABILITY
 
Absolutory
 
Cause
 
18
 
Abuse
 
Of 
 
Superior
 
Strength
 
49,
 
50
 
Agent
 
Of 
 
Person
 
In
 
Authority
 
35
 
Aggravating
 
Circumstances
 
18,36
 
Alternative
 
Circumstances
 
18,
 
53
 
Band
 
43
 
Battered
 
Woman
 
22
 
Battered
 
Woman
 
Syndrome
 
22
 
Child
 
In
 
Conflict
 
With
 
The
 
Law
 
25
 
Craft
 
48
 
Cruelty
 
51,52
 
Damnum
 
 Absque
 
Injuria
 
27
 
Defense
 
Of 
 
Relatives
 
19,21
 
Defense
 
Of 
 
Strangers
 
22
 
Disguise
 
37,
 
48
 
Dwelling
 
40
 
Entrapment
 
18,
 
19,
 
36
 
Exempting
 
Circumstances
 
18,
 
24
 
Extenuating
 
Circumstances
 
18,
 
19
 
Fraud
 
48,
 
49
 
Fulfillment
 
Of 
 
Duty
 
19,
 
23
 
Generic
 
Aggravating
 
Circumstance
 
37
 
Habitual
 
Delinquency
 
44,
 
45
 
Habitual
 
Drunkard
 
55
 
Ignominy
 
37,
 
50
 
Illness
 
Of 
 
The
 
Offender
 
30,
 
36
 
Imbecility
 
24
 
Inherent
 
Aggravating
 
Circumstance
 
37
 
Insanity
 
24
 
Instigation
 
19
 
Insuperable
 
Cause
 
28
 
Intoxication
 
53,
 
54
 
Irresistible
 
Force
 
27
 
Justifying
 
Circumstances
 
18,
 
19
 
Mitigating
 
Circumstances
 
18,
 
29
 
Nighttime
 
42
 
Ordinary
 
Mitigating
 
30
 
Passion
 
Or
 
Obfuscation
 
30,
 
33
 
Person
 
In
 
Authority
 
34
 
Physical
 
Defect
 
30,
 
35
 
Privileged
 
Mitigating
 
30
 
Provocation
 
31
 
Public
 
Authority
 
39
 
Qualifying
 
Aggravating
 
Circumtance
 
37
 
Quasi
Recidivism
 
44,
 
46
 
Rank
 
40
 
Recidivism
 
44
 
Reiteracion
 
44,
 
45
 
Retaliation
 
21
 
Self 
Defense
 
19
 
Special
 
Aggravating
 
Circumstance
 
37
 
A
CADEMICS
 
C
HAIR
:
 
L
ESTER
 
J
AY
 
A
LAN
 
E.
 
F
LORES
 
II
 
V
ICE
 
C
HAIRS
 
F
OR
 
A
CADEMICS
:
 
K
AREN
 
J
OY
 
G.
 
S
ABUGO
 
&
 
J
OHN
 
H
ENRY
 
C.
 
M
ENDOZA
 
V
ICE
 
C
HAIR
 
FOR
 
A
DMINISTRATION
 
AND
 
F
INANCE
:
 
J
EANELLE
 
C.
 
L
EE
 
V
ICE
 
C
HAIRS
 
FOR
 
L
AYOUT
 
A
ND
 
D
ESIGN
:
 
E
ARL
 
L
OUIE
 
M.
 
M
ASACAYAN
 
&
 
T
HEENA
 
C.
 
M
ARTINEZ
 
U
N I V E R S I T Y O F
S
A N T O
T
O M A S
 
Facultad de Derecho Civil
 
 
UST
 
G
OLDEN
N
OTES
2011
Specific
 
Aggravating
 
Circumstance
 
37
 
State
 
Of 
 
Necessity
 
23
 
Stranger
 
22
 
Treachery
 
49
 
Uncontrollable
 
Fear
 
28
 
Uninhabited
 
Place
 
42
 
Unlawful
 
Aggression
 
20
 
Voluntary
 
Surrender
 
30,
 
34
 
4.
 
PERSONS
 
CRIMINALLY
 
LIABLE
 
Accessories
 
56,
 
59
 
Accomplices
 
56,
 
59
 
Active
 
Subjects
 
Of 
 
A
 
Crime
 
56
 
Corpus
 
Delicti 
 
60
 
Passive
 
Subjects
 
Of 
 
A
 
Crime
 
56
 
Principal
 
By
 
Direct
 
Participation
 
56
 
Principal
 
By
 
Indispensable
 
Cooperation
 
56,
 
59
 
Principal
 
By
 
Induction/Inducement
 
56,
 
57
 
Principals
 
56
 
5.
 
PENALTIES
 
Accessory
 
Penalties
 
64
 
Child
 
In
 
Conflict
 
With
 
The
 
Law
 
78
 
Civil
 
Interdiction
 
66,
 
67,
 
71
 
Cost
 
68
 
Death
 
Penalty
 
65
 
Destierro
 
65
 
Divisible
 
Penalties
 
64
 
Indivisible
 
Penalties
 
64
 
Juvenile
 
Justice
 
And
 
Welfare
 
System
 
78
 
Indeterminate
 
Sentence
 
Law
 
72
 
Pardon
 
68
 
Pecuniary
 
Liabilities
 
69
 
Penalties
 
63
 
Preventive
 
Imprisonment
 
68
 
Principal
 
Penalties
 
64
 
Probation
 
75
 
Subsidiary
 
Penalty
 
69
 
Three
Fold
 
Rule
 
71
 
6.
 
MODIFICATION
 
AND
 
EXTINCTION
 
OF
 
CRIMINAL
 
LIABILITY
 
Allowance
 
For
 
Good
 
Conduct
 
83
 
Prescription
 
Of 
 
Crimes
 
81
 
Prescription
 
Of 
 
Penalties
 
82
 
B.
 
BOOK
 
II
 
(ARTICLES
 
114
365),
 
INCLUDING
 
RELATED
 
SPECIAL
 
LAWS
 
1.
 
CRIMES
 
AGAINST
 
NATIONAL
 
SECURITY
 
(114
123)
 
Allegiance
 
85
 
Ciphers
 
90
 
Correspondence
 
90
 
264
C
RIMINAL
 
L
AW
 
T
EAM
:
 
A
DVISER
:
 
J
UDGE
 
R
ICO
 
S
EBASTIAN
 
D.
 
L
IWANAG
;
 
S
UBJECT
 
H
EAD
:
 
Z
ANDY
 
A.
 
Z
ACATE
;
 
A
SST
.
 
S
UBJECT
 
H
EADS
:
 
A
NNA
 
F
E
 
A
BAD
 
&
 
P
AUL
 
R
OMEO
 
P
OLLOSO
;
 
M
EMBERS
:
 
S
HARMAGNE
 
J
OY
 
B
INAY
,
 
M
ARIA
 
C
ARMELLA
 
B
USTONERA
,
 
M
ARY
 
G
RACE
 
C
AMAYO
,
 
D
ELFIN
 
F
ABRIGAS
,
 
J
R
.,
 
S
PINEL
 
A
LBERT
 
D
ECLARO
,
 
E
RIK
 
G
ALLARDO
,
 
K
ING
 
J
AMES
 
C
ARLO
 
H
IZON
,
 
C
ARMINA
 
M
AE
 
M
ANALO
,
 
F
AYE
 
A
NGELA
 
P
ASCUA
,
 
A
NTHONY
 
R
OBLES
,
 
R
AISSA
 
S
AIPUDIN
,
 
A
DRIAN
 
V
ALBUENA
Espionage
 
88
 
High
 
Seas
 
91
 
Highway
 
Robbery
 
93
 
Misprision
 
Of 
 
Treason
 
85,
 
88
 
Mutiny
 
92
 
Neutrality
 
90
 
Philippine
 
Highway
 
93
 
Philippine
 
Seas
 
91
 
Piracy
 
91
 
Reprisal
 
89
 
Treason
 
85
 
Vessel
 
93
 
2.
 
CRIMES
 
AGAINST
 
THE
 
FUNDAMENTAL
 
LAWS
 
OF
 
THE
 
STATE
 
(124
133)
 
Arbitrary
 
Detention
 
96
 
Delaying
 
Release
 
96,
 
99
 
Expulsion
 
99
 
Illegal
 
Detention
 
97
 
Mental/Psychological
 
Torture
 
104
 
Physical
 
Torture
 
104
 
Search
 
Warrant
 
101
 
3.
 
CRIMES
 
AGAINST
 
PUBLIC
 
ORDER
 
(134
159)
 
Alarms
 
And
 
Scandals
 
119
 
Charivari
 
120
 
Clear
 
And
 
Present
 
Danger
 
Rule
 
110
 
Conditional
 
Pardon
 
123
 
Conspiracy
 
To
 
Commit
 
Rebellion
 
108
 
Conspiracy
 
To
 
Commit
 
Sedition
 
110
 
Coup
 
D’etat 
 
107
 
Dangerous
 
Tendency
 
Rule
 
111
 
Direct
 
Assault
 
113
 
Illegal
 
Assemblies
 
112
 
Illegal
 
Associations
 
112
 
Inciting
 
To
 
Rebellion/Insurrection
 
109
 
Inciting
 
To
 
Sedition
 
110
 
Indirect
 
Assault
 
116
 
Insurrection
 
106
 
Mutiny
 
122
 
Person
 
In
 
Authority
 
115
 
Political
 
Crimes
 
106
 
Proposal
 
To
 
Commit
 
Rebellion
 
108
 
Public
 
Morals
 
113
 
Rebellion
 
106
 
Sedition
 
106,
 
109
 
Simple
 
Disobedience
 
117
 
Subversion
 
107
 
Tumultuous
 
Acts
 
110
 
4.
 
CRIMES
 
AGAINST
 
PUBLIC
 
INTEREST
 
(161
187)
 
Counterfeiting
 
25
 
False
 
Testimony
 
136
 
Fictitious
 
Name
 
135
 
Forgery
 
127,
 
128
 
Monopoly
 
139
 
Mutilation
 
126
 
Perjury
 
138
 
Unfair
 
Competition
 
140
 
Usurpation
 
134
 
 
I
NDEX
 
5.
 
CRIMES
 
RELATIVE
 
TO
 
OPIUM
 
AND
 
OTHER
 
PROHIBITED
 
DRUGS
 
Cultivation
 
144
 
Manufacturing
 
143
 
6.
 
CRIMES
 
AGAINST
 
PUBLIC
 
MORALS
 
(200
202)
 
Decency
 
145
 
Grave
 
Scandal
 
145
 
Test
 
Of 
 
Obscenity
 
146
 
Vagrants
 
146
 
Prostitutes
 
147
 
7.
 
CRIMES
 
COMMITTED
 
BY
 
PUBLIC
 
OFFICERS
 
(203
245)
 
Bribery
 
149,
 
151
 
Direct
 
Bribery
 
151
 
Illegal
 
Exaction
 
154,
 
155
 
Ill
Gotten
 
Wealth
 
172
 
Indirect
 
Bribery
 
148,
 
153
 
Interlocutory
 
Order
 
149
 
Judgment
 
148
 
Malfeasance
 
148
 
Malversation
 
156,
 
157
 
Misfeasance
 
148
 
Nonfeasance
 
148
 
Plunder
 
172
 
Prevaricacion
 
151
 
Procurador
 
Judicial
 
151
 
Public
 
Officer
 
148
 
Qualified
 
Bribery
 
154
 
Technical
 
Malversation
 
159
 
Unjust
 
Judgment
 
149
 
8.
 
CRIMES
 
AGAINST
 
PERSONS
 
(246
266)
 
Abortion
 
183
 
Attempt
 
To
 
Commit
 
Child
 
Prostitution
 
197
 
Attempt
 
To
 
Commit
 
Child
 
Trafficking
 
197
 
Child
 
Pornography
 
194
 
Child
 
Prostitution
 
196
 
Child
 
Trafficking
 
196,
 
197
 
Dating
 
Relationship
 
192
 
Duel
 
186
 
Explicit
 
Sexual
 
Activity
 
194
 
Hazing
 
195
 
Homicide
 
178,
 
179
 
Incestuous
 
Rape
 
191
 
Infanticide
 
174,
 
175,
 
182
 
Less
 
Serious
 
Physical
 
Injuries
 
189
 
Murder
 
176
 
Mutilation
 
186
 
Parricide
 
174
 
Qualified
 
Rape
 
191
 
265
Rape
 
189
 
Serious
 
Physical
 
Injuries
 
187
 
Slight
 
Physical
 
Injuries
 
189
 
Statutory
 
Rape
 
192
 
Treachery
 
177
 
Tumultuous
 
Affray
 
180
 
Violence
 
Against
 
Women
 
And
 
Their
 
Children
 
192
 
9.
 
CRIMES
 
AGAINST
 
PERSONAL
 
LIBERTY
 
AND
 
SECURITY
 
(267
292)
 
Arbitrary
 
Detention
 
200
 
Classified
 
Information
 
215
 
Dwelling
 
207
 
Grave
 
Coercion
 
199,
 
210
 
Grave
 
Threats
 
208
 
Light
 
Coercion
 
211
 
Light
 
Threats
 
209
 
Ransom
 
201
 
Restriction
 
On
 
The
 
Right
 
To
 
Travel
 
214
 
Slavery
 
203
 
Slight
 
Illegal
 
Detention
 
199,
 
201
 
Threat
 
209
 
Uninhabited
 
Place
 
204
 
Unlawful
 
Arrest
 
202
 
10.
 
CRIMES
 
AGAINST
 
PROPERTY
 
(293
332)
 
Arson
 
235
 
Brigandage
 
224
 
Carnapping
 
240
 
Destructive
 
Arson
 
235
 
Estafa
 
226,
 
228
 
False
 
Keys
 
223,
 
224
 
Fence
 
237
 
Fencing
 
237
 
Highway
 
Robbery
 
225
 
Malicious
 
Mischief 
 
236
 
Robbery
 
217
 
Robbery
 
With
 
Homicide
 
217,
 
218
 
Robbery
 
With
 
Rape
 
220
 
Theft
 
225
 
11.
 
CRIMES
 
AGAINST
 
CHASTITY
 
(333
334,
 
336
346)
 
Abduction
 
248
 
Acts
 
Of 
 
Lasciviousness
 
244,
 
245
 
Adultery
 
244
 
Concubinage
 
244
 
Obscene
 
Publications
 
251
 
Private
 
Crimes
 
244
 
Qualified
 
Seduction
 
246
 
Seduction
 
246
 
Simple
 
Seduction
 
247
 
Trafficked
 
Persons
 
251
 
12.
 
CRIMES
 
AGAINST
 
CIVIL
 
STATUS
 
(347
352)
 
Bigamy
 
254
 
Civil
 
Status
 
254
 
A
CADEMICS
 
C
HAIR
:
 
L
ESTER
 
J
AY
 
A
LAN
 
E.
 
F
LORES
 
II
 
V
ICE
 
C
HAIRS
 
F
OR
 
A
CADEMICS
:
 
K
AREN
 
J
OY
 
G.
 
S
ABUGO
 
&
 
J
OHN
 
H
ENRY
 
C.
 
M
ENDOZA
 
V
ICE
 
C
HAIR
 
FOR
 
A
DMINISTRATION
 
AND
 
F
INANCE
:
 
J
EANELLE
 
C.
 
L
EE
 
V
ICE
 
C
HAIRS
 
FOR
 
L
AYOUT
 
A
ND
 
D
ESIGN
:
 
E
ARL
 
L
OUIE
 
M.
 
M
ASACAYAN
 
&
 
T
HEENA
 
C.
 
M
ARTINEZ
 
U
N I V E R S I T Y O F
S
A N T O
T
O M A S
 
Facultad de Derecho Civil
 

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