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barrientos v. daarol

barrientos v. daarol

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Victoria Barrientos v. Transfiguracion Daarol  Adm. Case 1512 29 January 1993
FACTS:Complainant, Victoria Barrientos, is single, a college student,and was about 20 years and 7 months old during the time(July-October 1975) of her relationship with respondent, whilerespondent Transfiguracion Daarol is married, GeneralManager of Zamboanga del Norte Electric Cooperative, and 41years old at the time of the said relationship.Respondent is married to Romualda A. Sumaylo with whom behas a son; that the marriage ceremony was solemnized onSeptember 24, 1955 at Liloy, Zamboanga del Norte by aCatholic priest, Rev. Fr. Anacleto Pellamo, and that saidrespondent had been separated from his wife for about 16years at the time of his relationship with complainant.Respondent had been known by the Barrientos family for quitesometime, having been a former student of complainant'sfather in 1952 and, a former classmate of complainant's mother at the Andres Bonifacio College in Dipolog City; that he became acquainted with complainant's sister, Norma in 1963and eventually with her other sisters, Baby and Delia and, her  brother, Boy, as he used to visit Norma at her residence; that healso befriended complainant and who became a close friendwhen he invited her, with her parents' consent, to be one of theusherettes during the Masonic Convention in Sicayab, DipologCity from June 28 to 30, 1973, and he used to fetch her at her residence in the morning and took her home from theconvention site after each day's activities;Respondent courted complainant, and after a week of courtship, complainant accepted respondent's love on July 7,1973; that in the evening of August 20, 1973, complainant withher parents' permission was respondent's partner during theChamber of Commerce affair at the Lopez Skyroom in theDipolog City, and at about 10:00 o'clock that evening, they leftthe place but before going home, they went to the airport atSicayab, Dipolog City and parked the jeep at the beach, wherethere were no houses around; that after the usual preliminaries,they consummated the sexual act and at about midnight theywent home; that after the first sexual act, respondent used tohave joy ride with complainant which usually ended at theairport where they used to make love twice or three times aweek; that as a result of her intimate relations, complainant became pregnant;That after a conference among respondent, complainant andcomplainant's parents, it was agreed that complainant woulddeliver her child in Manila, where she went with her mother onOctober 22, 1973 by boat, arriving in Manila on the 25th and,stayed with her brother-in-law Ernesto Serrano in Singalong,Manila; that respondent visited her there on the 26th, 27th and28th of October 1973, and again in February and March 1974;that later on complainant decided to deliver the child in CebuCity in order to be nearer to Dipolog City, and she went there inApril 1974 and her sister took her to the Good ShepherdConvent at Banawa Hill, Cebu City; that on June 14, 1974, shedelivered a baby girl at the Perpetual Succor Hospital in CebuCity and, named her "Dureza Barrientos"; that about the lastweek of June 1974 she went home to Dipolog City; that duringher stay here in Manila and later in Cebu City, the respondentdefrayed some of her expenses; that she filed an administrativecase against respondent with the National ElectrificationAdministration; which complaint, however, was dismissed; andthen she instituted the present disbarment proceedings againstrespondent.In view of the foregoing, the undersigned respectfullyrecommend that after hearing, respondent TransfiguracionDaarol be disbarred as a lawyer.ISSUE: Whether or not respondent Daarol is grossly immoral.
 Medina, L.O. XXIII. IX. MMX 

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