the arresting officer criminally liable
(People vs. Mabong)> Article applies to special laws. (..
or their equivalent
, referring to penalty categories)>
The hours during which the courts are closed and no deliver can be made are notto be counted
(People vs. Acasio)> Arrested person may be detained beyond stated periods if he demands preliminary investigation (Sec. 7 Rule 112 Rev. Rules Crim. Pro.)> Art. 125 made applicable to security guards employed by a company who arrestedand delayed the turnover of public officers whom they held in custody (People vs. Sali)ARTICLE 126. DELAYING RELEASE.>
Order of release may be given verbally.
(People vs. Misa)ARTILCE 127. EXPULSION.> Only Chief Executive can order deportation.ARTICLE 128. VIOLATION OF DOMICILE.> Implied objection, where entry was effected through an opening not intended for that purpose. (first mode liable)> If Offender is a private individual,
trespass to dwelling
is committed> A public officer entering another
s dwelling to prevent some serious harm to himself or the dwelling
s occupants or a third person or entry into taverns and otherpublic houses absolves a person from criminal liability.ARTICLE 129. SEARCH WARRANTS MALICIOUSLY OBTAINED AND ABUSE IN THE SERVICE OF THOSE LEGALLY OBTAINED.> Perjury and others crime separate.> If a private individual conspired he is liable under this article. (US vs. Ponte)ARTICLE 130. SEARCHING DOMICILE WITHOUT WITNESSES.> Applicable in searches with a warrant or valid warrantless searches; also where there is consent of owner, or incidental to a lawful arrest.ARTICLE 131. PROHIBITION, INTERRUPTION AND DISSOLUTION OF PEACEFUL MEETINGS.> Public Officers vs. 153- Private Individuals>
This cannot be committed by a person who is a participant in the meeting
(Peoplevs. Calera)- <Unjust Vexation, proper crime here>ARTICLE 132. INTERRUPTION OF RELIGIOUS WORSHIP> Public Officers vs. 153- Private Individuals> Customarily observed and authorized by authorities of a religion.>
There must actually be a religious ceremony. If the offense was committed onlyin a meeting or a rally of a sect it would be punishable under Art. 131
(People vs. Reyes)ARTICLE 133. OFFENDING RELIGIOUS FEELINGS.> Public Officer/Private Individuals>
A public rally by itself conducted by a religious group is not religious ceremony.
(People vs. Mandoriao, Jr.)> If acts committed in a place devoted to religious worship, unnecessary that areligious ceremony is conducted.ARTICLE 134. REBELLION OR INSURRECTION.ARTICLE 134-A. COUP D
ETAT.> Both crimes can be committed in peace or war time> An armed public uprising by a substantial number of rebels is generally required.>
Rebellion cannot be complexed with but absorbs acts committed in the furtheranc