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Phil Bar Questions and Answers

Phil Bar Questions and Answers

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Version 1973 – 2003Edited and Arranged by:Janette Laggui-Icao and Alex Andrew P. Icao(Silliman University College of Law)Updated by:DondeeReTake BarOps 2007F O R W A R DThis work is not intended for sale or commerce. This work is freeware. It may befreely copied and distributed. It is primarily intended for all those who desireto have a deeper understanding of the issues touched by the Philippine BarExaminations and its trend. It is specially intended for law students from theprovinces who, very often, are recipients of deliberately distorted notes fromother unscrupulous law schools and students. Share to others this work and youwill be richly rewarded by God in heaven. It is also very good karma.We would like to seek the indulgence of the reader for some Bar Questions whichare improperly classified under a topic and for some topics which are improperlyor ignorantly phrased, for the authors are just Bar Reviewees who have preparedthis work while reviewing for the Bar Exams under time constraints and withintheir limited knowledge of the law. We would like to seek the reader’s indulgencefor a lot of typographical errors in this work.The Authors July 26, 2005Updated by; July 3, 2007UPLOADED BY BIBOYCriminal Law Bar Examination Q & A (1994-2006) 1 of 86ANSWERS TO BAREXAMINATION QUESTIONSINCRIMINAL LAWARRANGED BY TOPIC(1994 – 2006)Version 1973 – 2003Edited and Arranged by:Janette Laggui-Icao and Alex Andrew P. Icao(Silliman University College of Law)Updated by:DondeeReTake BarOps 2007From the ANSWERS TO BAR EXAMINATION QUESTIONS IN CRIMINAL LAW by the UP LAWCOMPLEX and PHILIPPINE ASSOCIATION OF LAW SCHOOLSJuly 3, 2007Criminal Law Bar Examination Q & A (1994-2006) 2 of 86F O R W A R DThis work is not intended for sale or commerce. This work is freeware. It may befreely copied and distributed. It is primarily intended for all those who desireto have a deeper understanding of the issues touched by the Philippine BarExaminations and its trend. It is specially intended for law students from theprovinces who, very often, are recipients of deliberately distorted notes fromother unscrupulous law schools and students. Share to others this work and youwill be richly rewarded by God in heaven. It is also very good karma.We would like to seek the indulgence of the reader for some Bar Questions whichare improperly classified under a topic and for some topics which are improperlyor ignorantly phrased, for the authors are just Bar Reviewees who have preparedthis work while reviewing for the Bar Exams under time constraints and within
 
their limited knowledge of the law. We would like to seek the reader’s indulgencefor a lot of typographical errors in this work.The Authors July 26, 2005Updated by; July 3, 2007Criminal Law Bar Examination Q & A (1994-2006) 3 of 86Table of ContentsGENERALPRINCIPLES...............................................................................................................10General Principles; Schools of thought in Criminal Law (1996)............................................................................................10 General Principles; Territoriality (1994).............................................................................................................................10 General Principles; Territoriality;Jurisdiction over Vessel (2000).........................................................................................10 Use of Aliases; When Allowed (2006)...............................................................................................................................10FELONIES........................................................................................................................................10Conspiracy (1997)..........................................................................................................................................................10Conspiracy; Avoidance of Greater Evil(2004)....................................................................................................................11 Conspiracy; Co-Conspirator (1998)..................................................................................................................................11 Conspiracy; Common FeloniousPurpose (1994)...............................................................................................................11 Conspiracy; Complex Crime with Rape(1996)...................................................................................................................11 Conspiracy; Flight to Evade Apprehension(2003)..............................................................................................................12 Conspiracy; Flight to Evade Apprehension(2003)..............................................................................................................12 Conspiracy; Implied Conspiracy(1998).............................................................................................................................13 Conspiracy; ImpliedConspiracy; Effects (2003).................................................................................................................13 Criminal Liability: Destructive Arson (2000).......................................................................................................................13 Criminal Liability: Felonious Act ofScaring(1996)..............................................................................................................13 Criminal Liability: Felonious Act; ProximateCause(1996)...................................................................................................13 Criminal Liability: Impossible Crimes (2000)......................................................................................................................14 Criminal Liability; Felonious Act ofScaring(2001)..............................................................................................................14 Criminal Liability; Felonious Act of Scaring(2005)..............................................................................................................14 Criminal Liability; Felonious Act; Immediate
 
Cause (2003)..................................................................................................14 Criminal Liability; Felonious Act; Proximate Cause(1994)...................................................................................................15 Criminal Liability; Felonious Act; Proximate Cause(1997)...................................................................................................15 Criminal Liability; Felonious Act; Proximate Cause(1999)...................................................................................................15 Criminal Liability; Felonious Act; Proximate Cause(2001)...................................................................................................15 Criminal Liability; Felonious Act; Proximate Cause(2004)...................................................................................................16 Criminal Liability; Impossible Crime (2004)........................................................................................................................16 Criminal Liability; Impossible Crimes(1994)......................................................................................................................16 Criminal Liability; Impossible Crimes;Kidnapping (2000)....................................................................................................17 Mala in Se vs. Mala Prohibita (1997)................................................................................................................................17 Mala in Se vs. Mala Prohibita(1999)................................................................................................................................17 Mala in Se vs. Mala Prohibita(2001)................................................................................................................................17 Mala in Se vs. Mala Prohibita(2003)................................................................................................................................17 Mala Prohibita; Actual InjuryRequired (2000)....................................................................................................................18 Malum in Se vs. Malum Prohibitum (2005)........................................................................................................................18 Motive vs. Intent (1996)...................................................................................................................................................18 Motive vs.Intent (1999)...................................................................................................................................................18 Motive vs.Intent (2004)...................................................................................................................................................19 Motive; Proofthereof; Not Essential; Conviction (2006)......................................................................................................19JUSTIFYING & EXEMPTING CIRCUMSTANCES...................................................................19Exempting Circumstances; Coverage(2000).....................................................................................................................19 Exempting Circumstances; Minority(1998)........................................................................................................................19 Exempting; Minority; 11 yrs Old;Absence of Discernment (2000)........................................................................................19 Justifying vs. Exempting Circumstances (2004)

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