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CT-MCF-RP NO.

2-A
Order of Dismissal
(Detainees, No Probable Cause)

Original – Court, 1st Copy – Prosecutor, 2nd Copy – Accused, Other copies as needed
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(Judicial Region)

 METC/MTCC/MTC/MCTC Case No.


 RTC _________________
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(Municipality/City/Province)

BRANCH __________________________________

People of the Philippines , v.


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Accused.

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ORDER

On _(date)___, the Court received the Information for


__(crime)_____, and the accused is in custody.

The Court is tasked to determine whether probable cause exists to


hold the accused for trial.

The prosecution’s evidence consists of: (state affidavits)

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CT-MCF-RP NO. 2-A
Order of Dismissal
(Detainees, No Probable Cause)

The accused’s evidence consists of: (state affidavits)

The Court finds no probable cause to hold the accused for trial. (state
factual findings and legal conclusions)

WHEREFORE, the Court DISMISSES this case outright, on the


ground that there is no probable cause to detain the accused ________ and
hold him for trial. The Court directs his immediate RELEASE from
custody, unless he is being detained for some other legal cause.

SO ORDERED.

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