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C. Jurisdiction of Criminal courts
1. Criminal actions, how instituted (Bar 1999)
10. Venue of criminal actions
11. Intervention of offended party
IV. PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION
6. When warrant of arrest may issue
9. Inquest
V. ARREST
4. Requisites of a valid warrant of arrest
VI. BAIL
1. Nature
2. When a matter of right; exceptions
5. Guidelines in fixing amount of bail
7. Increase or Reduction of Bail
8. Forfeiture and Cancellation of bail
VII. RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED
VIII. ARRAIGNMENT AND PLEA
1. Arraignment and Plea, how made
IX. MOTION TO QUASH
2. Distinguish from demurrer to evidence
3. Effects of sustaining the motion to quash
1. Matters to be considered during pre-trial
4. Non-appearance during pre-trial
1. Requisites of a judgment
XIII. NEW TRIAL OR RECONSIDERATION
2. Grounds for Reconsideration
2. Distinguish from warrant of arrest
7. Personal property to be seized
9. Remedies from unlawful search and seizure
2. Kinds of provisional remedies
GENERAL PRINCIPLES
A. Concept of Remedial Law
C. Rule-making Power of the Supreme Court
D. Nature of Philippine Courts
JURISDICTION
Jurisdiction
A. Jurisdiction over the parties
B. Jurisdiction over the subject matter
C. Jurisdiction over the issues
G. Totality Rule
II. CAUSE OF ACTION
3. Failure to state a cause of action
4. Test of the sufficiency of a cause of action
III. PARTIES TO CIVIL ACTIONS
2. Compulsory and permissive joinder of parties
3. Misjoinder and non-joinder of parties
1. Venue versus jurisdiction [Riano]
2. Venue of real actions
6. Effects of stipulations on venue
1. Kinds of Pleadings
4. Allegations in a pleading
5. Effect of failure to plead
7. Filing and Service of pleadings
8. Amendment
VI. SUMMONS
2. Voluntary appearance
3. Personal service
7. Service upon prisoners and minors
8. Proof of service
Proof of service
VII. MOTIONS
1. Motions in general
2. Motions for Bill of Particulars
3. Motion to Dismiss
VIII. DISMISSAL OF ACTIONS
3. Dismissal due to the fault of plaintiff
5. Quashing of subpoena [Rule 21, Sec. 4]
2. Requisites of motion to postpone trial
5. Consolidation or Severance of hearing or trial
7. Trial by commissioners
XIV. DEMURRER TO EVIDENCE
1. Ground
4. Waiver of right to present evidence
XV. JUDGMENTS AND FINAL ORDERS
1. Judgment without trial
2. Contents of a judgment
6. Rendition of judgments and final orders
7. Entry of judgment and final order
XVI. POST-JUDGMENT REMEDIES
2. Appeals in General
3. How a judgment is executed
4. Properties exempt from execution
6. Rules on Redemption
9. Effect of Judgment or Final Orders
XVIII. PROVISIONAL REMEDIES
1. Nature of provisional remedies
4. Preliminary Injunction
XIX. SPECIAL CIVIL ACTIONS
1. Nature of special civil actions
2. Ordinary civil actions versus special civil actions
3. Jurisdiction and venue
4. Interpleader
5. Declaratory Reliefs and Similar Remedies
Mandamus
8. Quo Warranto
9. Expropriation
11. Partition
13. Contempt
I. GENERAL PRINCIPLES
A. Concept of Evidence
B. Scope of the Rules of Evidence
D. Proof Versus Evidence
F. Admissibility of Evidence
H. Presumptions
A. What Need Not be Proved
B. Matters of Judicial Notice
C. Judicial Admissions
III. OBJECT (REAL) EVIDENCE
A. Nature of Object Evidence
B. Requisites for Admissibility
C. Categories of Object Evidence
D. Demonstrative Evidence
E. View of an Object or Scene
IV. DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE
A. Meaning of Documentary Evidence
C. Best Evidence Rule
D. Rules on Electronic Evidence
E. Parol Evidence Rule
V. TESTIMONIAL EVIDENCE
A. Qualifications of a Witness
B. Competency versus Credibility of a Witness
C. Disqualifications of Witnesses
D. Examination of a Witness
E. Admissions and Confessions
F. Hearsay Rule
G. Opinion Rule
H. Character Evidence
VI. OFFER AND OBJECTION
A. Offer of Evidence
B. When to Make an Offer
C. Objection
D. Repetition of an Objection
G. Tender of Excluded Evidence
A. Which court has jurisdiction
B. Venue in judicial settlement of estate
D. Powers and Duties of Probate Court
II. SUMMARY SETTLEMENT OF ESTATES
III. PRODUCTION AND PROBATE OF WILL
A. Contents of petition for allowance of will
B. Grounds for disallowing a will
VI. CLAIMS AGAINST THE ESTATE
C. Rule on Guardianship over minors
D. When Writ Not Proper or Applicable
G. Effect of Failure to File a Return
H. Procedure for Hearing on the Writ
I. Institution of Separate Actions
J. Effect of Filing of a Criminal Action
Interim Reliefs available to the Petitioner
B. Grounds for change of name
XVIII. APPEALS IN SPECIAL PROCEEDING
D. Rule on Advance Distribution
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