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Answer TRUE if the statement is true, or FALSE if the statement is false. Explain your answer in not more than two (2) sentences. (5%) [a] Amado, convicted of rape but granted an absolute pardon by the President, and one year thereafter, convicted of homicide, is a recidivist. FALSE [b] The creditor who resorts to forced labor of a child under the pretext of reimbursing himself for the debt incurred by the child's father commits the crime of slavery. – OUT OF COVERAGE [c] The use of an unlicensed firearm in homicide is considered a generic aggravating circumstance which can be offset by an ordinary mitigating circumstance. – COVERED BY SPECIAL LAW [d] A person who, on the occasion of a robbery, kills a bystander by accident is liable for two separate crimes: robbery and reckless imprudence resulting in homicide. -TRUE [e] A policeman who, without a judicial order, enters a private house over the owner's opposition is guilty of trespass to dwelling. - TRUE II Antero Makabayan was convicted of the crime of Rebellion. While serving sentence, he escaped from jail. Captured, he was charged with, and convicted of, Evasion of Service of Sentence. Thereafter, the President of the Philippines issued an amnesty proclamation for the offense of Rebellion. Antero applied for and was granted the benefit of the amnesty proclamation. Antero then filed a petition for habeas corpus, praying for his immediate release from confinement. He claims that the amnesty extends to the offense of Evasion of Service of Sentence. As judge, will you grant the petition? Discuss fully. (4%) III Rigoberto gate-crashed the 71st birthday party of Judge Lorenzo. Armed with a piece of wood commonly known as dos por dos, Rigoberto hit Judge Lorenzo on the back, causing the latter's hospitalization for 30 days. Upon investigation, it appeared that Rigoberto had a grudge against Judge Lorenzo who, two years earlier, had cited Rigoberto in contempt and ordered his imprisonment for three (3) days. SHADEC [a] Is Rigoberto guilty of Direct Assault? Why or why not? (3%)
[b] Would your answer be the same if the reason for the attack was that when Judge Lorenzo was still a practicing lawyer ten years ago, he prosecuted Rigoberto and succeeded in sending him to jail for one year? Explain your answer. (3%) IV Charlie hated his classmate, Brad, because the latter was assiduously courting Lily, Charlie's girlfriend. Charlie went to a veterinarian and asked for some poison on the pretext that it would be used to kill a very sick, old dog. Actually, Charlie intended to use the poison on Brad. The veterinarian mistakenly gave Charlie a non-toxic powder which, when mixed with Brad's food, did not kill Brad. [a] Did Charlie commit any crime? If so, what and why? If not, why not? (3%)
[b] Would your answer be the same if Brad proved to be allergic to the powder, and after ingesting it with his food, fell ill and was hospitalized for ten (10) days? Explain. (3%) V
Dominador. and Daday. and Domingo were robbing a bank. and one of the policemen was killed. She then prepared an Order requiring the appearance in court of Willy and Vincent. Braulio. armed with a gun.000. 1970. instead of Freddie. allowed Willy and Vincent to go out of jail in the company of an armed escort. A firefight ensued between the bank robbers and the responding policemen. Virgilio then drove the van to his safehouse. Is Baldo's contention correct? Explain. bothered by his conscience. Virgilio instructed him to tell Jeremias' parents that unless they give a ransom of P10-million within two (2) days. and his cousin Vincent. (2%) TEIHDa [c] Suppose in the course of the robbery. Chito asked the RTC Branch Clerk of Court to issue an Order which would allow the two prisoners to be brought out of jail. Edwin. Dominador witnessed the entire incident. who was killed by Ponciano using Ruben's gun? Explain. but used a knife because he did not want Freddie's neighbors to hear the gunshot. on January 2. (3%) [b] Would your answer be the same if. but when Chito gave her P50. is the liability of Ruben? Explain.00 to leave the two inmates unguarded for three minutes and provide them with an opportunity to escape. what would be the criminal liability of Braulio. before the policemen arrived. if any. [a] What crime or crimes. ha. but he was so scared to tell the authorities about it. the Clerk refused. Baldo claims that the crime he committed had already prescribed. what charges can be filed against Braulio. the child's nanny. but told Ponciano: "O. isaulimokaagad. Ciriaco and Domingo? Explain. she consented. the driver. Willy and Vincent were able to escape. he readily lent his gun. Ciriaco and Domingo? Explain. stopped a van along a major thoroughfare in Manila. a 6-yearold child. Because Ruben also resented Freddie. Ciriaco. saying that he would use it to kill Freddie. Chito also gave Edwin P50. ordered the driver to alight. if any. a relative of Ruben. On January 2. Inside the van were Jeremias. . in turn. did Virgilio commit? Explain. Thus. pointed the gun at the driver and shouted. 1960. Braulio shot and killed Alfredo following a heated disagreement on who should carry the money bags. a detention prisoner." Later. and there. the police finally arrested Baldo on January 6. Jeremias would be beheaded. "Tigil! Kidnap ito!" Terrified. (5 %) X To secure the release of his brother Willy. After investigation. pagkabarilmokay Freddie. Daday was told to remain in the van and take care of Jeremias until the ransom is paid.Ponciano borrowed Ruben's gun. son of a multi-millionaire. and delivered the Order to the jail warden who. policemen arrived. who is serving sentence for homicide. [a] What. 1980. What crime or crimes. reported the matter to the police. At first. at midnight. stopped the van and allowed Virgilio to board. She forged the judge's signature. (3%) [b] Suppose it was Alfredo who was killed by the responding policemen. Ponciano killed Freddie. Juanito. Charged in court. if any. Virgilio told Juanito to drive to a deserted place. Before Juanito was allowed to go.000. ostensibly as witnesses in a pending case. had been committed? Explain. (2%) IX Virgilio. it was Manuel.00. (3%) VI Baldo killed Conrad in a dark corner. (3%) VIII While Alfredo.
A. truth is an absolute defense. 9165 (Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002).D. hence. Angelo vanished. as amended). and the jail warden? Explain your answer. (4%) . Vincent.000 counts of violation of Batas Pambansa (BP) 22. In his motion to quash. Tommy was convicted of violation of Section 5. the trial court appreciated two (2) mitigating circumstances and one (1) aggravating circumstance. Explain your answer in not more than two (2) sentences. it must be shown that he has knowledge of the identities of the culprits involved in the commission of the predicate crimes. On appeal. determine the appropriate penalty to be imposed. he committed only one count of estafa and one count of violation of BP 22. Answer TRUE if the statement is true. if any. Willy. Angelo contends that he committed a continued crime. the investors received their profits. Republic Act 9165. but thereafter. [b] Voluntary surrender is a mitigating circumstance in all acts and omissions punishable under the Revised Penal Code. During the first two months following the investment. or FALSE if the statement is false. Applying the Indeterminate Sentence Law. Tommy questioned the admissibility of the evidence because the police officers who conducted the buy-bust operation failed to observe the requisite "chain of custody" of the evidence confiscated and/or seized from him.What crime or crimes. Homicide under Article 249 of the Revised Penal Code is punishable by reclusion temporal. (3%) [b] Will your answer be the same if it is a conviction for illegal possession of drugs under R. had been committed by Chito. the Branch Clerk of Court. [c] In a prosecution for fencing under P. (5%) [a] Life imprisonment is a penalty more favorable to the convict than reclusion perpetua. [a] [b] XIV Following his arrest after a valid buy-bust operation. [e] For a person who transacts an instrument representing the proceeds of a covered unlawful activity to be liable under the Anti-Money Laundering Act (R. [d] In the crime of libel.A. 9160. an imprisonment term of twelve (12) years and one (1) day to twenty (20) years. the prescribed penalty of which is also imprisonment for a term of twelve (12) years and one (1) day to twenty (20) years? Why or why not? (3%) XIII Angelo devised a Ponzi Scheme in which 500 persons were deceived into investing their money upon a promise of a capital return of 25%. What is the "chain of custody" requirement in drug offenses? What is its rationale? What is the effect of failure to observe the requirement? (3%) XV What is delitocontinuado? (1%) Is Angelo's contention tenable? Explain. 1612. computed monthly. and guaranteed by post-dated checks. (5%) PART II XI TRUE or FALSE. XII [a] In a conviction for homicide. Angelo was charged with 500 counts of estafa and 2. or delitocontinuado. Edwin. Explain. it is a complete defense for the accused to prove that he had no knowledge that the goods or articles found in his possession had been the subject of robbery.
Wenceslao entered Loretta's room with the use of a picklock. Since Republic Act 9344 (Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act of 2006) was already in effect. (2%) [c] Suppose Joe was convicted of attempted murder with a special aggravating circumstance and was denied suspension of sentence. when everyone in the house was asleep. (4%) XVII Wenceslao and Loretta were staying in the same boarding house. Evelyn protested. Leoncio dipped his private parts in Evelyn's buttocks. the resident physician doing his rounds entered the ICU and. Leoncio and Evelyn were intimately dancing a very seductive dance number. seeing the disconnected tubes. 3019 for causing undue injury to the government. and saw a man lying on the hospital bed with several life-saving tubes attached to the body. he was arrested and appropriately charged in May 2007. despite the serious stab wounds she sustained. and he was convicted two (2) years later when Joe was already 21 years old. Then. entered the ICU. however. but Leoncio continued and tightly embraced her. Municipal Mayor and Treasurer. Upon investigation. Records show that the amount of P2-million was purportedly used as financial assistance for a rice production livelihood project. Delmo disguised himself as a nurse. Discuss the propriety of the charge. replaced them. Later. After he had satisfied his lust. received the money. It turned out that the patient was Larry. (3%) [c] Would your answer to [a] be the same if. if any. of San Rafael. Delmo disconnected the tubes and left. Wenceslao ravished Loretta. One late evening. (3%) ASIDTa XVIII At the Maligaya Disco Club. as Oscar had been discharged from the hospital earlier. [a] What crime or crimes.Joe was 17 years old when he committed homicide in 2005. Discuss the propriety of the charges filed against Roger and Jessie. rubbing his private parts on Evelyn's buttocks? Explain. caused the disbursement of public funds allocated for their local development programs for 2008. in fact. considering that the death penalty is imposable for the consummated felony? Explain. Explain. (3%) [b] Would your answer be the same if. Incensed. are non-existent individuals. before leaving the room. While gyrating with their bodies. even after the music had stopped. should the judge apply the suspension of sentence? Explain. took her jewelry. (4%) [b] Discuss the applicability of the relevant aggravating circumstances of dwelling. Roger and Jessie are charged with malversation through falsification and violation of Section 3 (e) of R. would he be eligible for probation under Presidential Decree (PD) 968. if any. Delmo was charged with frustrated murder. [a] What crime or crimes. (3%) [b] Suppose Joe's motion for intervention or diversion was denied. qualified by evident premeditation and treachery as aggravating circumstances. Leyte. Oscar. Loretta survived? Explain. did Wenceslao commit? Explain. Leoncio continued to dance dirty. (4%) . it was found that Roger and Jessie falsified the disbursement vouchers and supporting documents in order to make it appear that qualified recipients who. did Leoncio commit? Explain.A. with force and violence. The crime is punishable by reclusion temporal. respectively. Intending to kill Oscar. was confined at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Philippine Medical Center. Wenceslao stabbed Loretta to death and. (3%) XIX Delmo learned that his enemy. [a] What is intervention or diversion? Is Joe entitled to intervention or diversion? Explain. Joe moved to avail of the process of intervention or diversion. nocturnity and the use of the picklock to enter the room of the victim. (2%) XVI Roger and Jessie. occupying different rooms. The patient survived. After two years in hiding.
what should it be? Explain. The shot blew the tire which caused the car to veer out of control and collide with an oncoming tricycle. Dodong. Taiwan because of a strong typhoon. While anchored in said harbor.000. His doctor prescribed paracetamol. (3%) Can he be held liable for the charge? Explain. The mayor gave Domeng P5. At the precinct PO1 Melvin attended to him. "in case you don't find the owner let's just pawn the ring and split the proceeds fifty-fifty (50/50)". and killed him.000 and told him to proceed to Mindanao to hide. Carlos tried to stop Paolo by shouting at him. (4%) What is the criminal liability of Paolo. (4%) b) VIII Was Dodong correctly charged before the Philippine court for qualified piracy? Explain. took advantage of the confusion to settle an old grudge with another passenger. but Paolo ignored him. Olimpio went to a drug store with the prescription. he saw it being driven away by Paolo. a vagrant. found a bag containing identification cards and a diamond ring along Roxas Blvd. To prevent his car from being carnapped. was forced to seek shelter at the harbor of Kaoshiung. while cruising off Batanes. Manolo shot Cece in Manila with Domeng's revolver. (3%) What is the criminal liability of PO1 Melvin. a) Was the charge of qualified piracy against the three persons (Max. and the pharmacist sold him three (3) tablets. The pharmacist was charged with murder. (6%) IV Manolo revealed to his friend Domeng his desire to kill Cece. boarded it and divested the passengers of their money and jewelry. He likewise confided to Domeng his desire to borrow his revolver. Baldo and Bogart) who boarded the inter-island vessel correct? Explain. Domeng lent it. if any? Explain. One hour later. if any? Explain. Domeng asked Mayor Tan to help him escape. Eman never saw PO1 Melvin again. Knowing that it was not his. he had a seizure and died. PO1 Melvin then went straight to the pawnshop and pawned the ring for P50. In the investigation Eman proposed to PO1 Melvin. a) b) VI VII The inter-island vessel M/V Viva Lines I. Baldo and Bogart arrived in a speedboat. a) b) III Olimpio caught a cold and was running a fever. The autopsy showed that the tablet he had taken was not paracetamol but a pill to which he was allergic. Upon arriving home. he took a tablet. Domeng went to Mindanao. a thief. As his gun was used in the killing. A passenger of M/V Viva Lines I. Max. if any? Explain. (3%) What is the criminal liability of Carlos. aimed at the rear wheel of the car and fired. fired a bazooka at the bow of the vessel. a) b) V Eman. After their apprehension. (4%) . killing the tricycle driver. he went to the nearest police station to seek help in finding the owner of the bag. (4%) Can he be held liable for any other offense? Explain fully.While Carlos was approaching his car. all four were charged with qualified piracy before a Philippine court. Carlos drew his gun. if any? Explain. (3%) What is the criminal liability of Eman. The mayor was later charged as an accessory to Cece's murder. Is the charge proper? If not.
Unknown to Lucas and Pedro. who promised to repay the amount within two months. the son of Dennis. the mail carrier forged the signatures of the payees on the money orders and encashed them. Lucas believed that Julia's jewelry was inside the box. Eliseo lent the amount to Myrna. who had no inkling that she was married. They found Julia's jewelry box in one of the cabinets which was unlocked. (6%) XI Ricky was reviewing for the bar exam when the commander of a vigilante group came to him and showed him a list of five policemen to be liquidated by them for graft and corruption. He was further asked if any of them is innocent. that she is single. Myla paid the unpaid rentals to Gabriel who kept the payment. Lucas and Pedro committed. the couple were married by the mayor. The marriage license was issued. They were shocked when they saw Nestor in the sala. (5%) IX Dennis leased his apartment to Myla for P10. Gonzalo. Myrna reneged on her promise. It turned out that Nestor had just arrived in time to see Lucas and Pedro leaving the masters' bedroom with the box.000 which he paid to Eliseo. prepared a demand letter falsely alleging that his father had authorized him to collect the unpaid rentals. Raissa and Juan had their first sexual intercourse later in the evening. but their parents had objected to their relationship because they were first cousins. her suitor. in the application. a government-owned or controlled corporation with an original charter. Ricky pointed to two of the policemen as honest. Gabriel. Is Ricky criminally liable? Explain. the vigilante group liquidated the three other policemen in the list. pointing a gun at them. Nestor ordered them to stop and hand over the box. (3%) . Joan died. What crime or crimes did the mail carrier commit? Explain briefly. Raissa and Juan accomplished an application for marriage license which they subscribed and swore to before the Local Civil Registrar. Is Francis criminally liable for the death of Joan? Explain. the crime or crimes. committed by Eliseo. They forged a pact in writing to commit suicide. Eliseo failed to remit the said amount. if any.Francis and Joan were sweethearts. Later. DaScAI a) b) X Upon opening a letter containing 17 money orders. the winning bidder. Instead of remitting the amount to the Clerk of Court as ex-officio Provincial Sheriff. The agreement was to shoot each other in the head which they did. However. the deputy sheriff. if any. the crime or crimes. (4%) Did Gabriel commit a crime? Explain. Lucas and his friend Pedro gained entry into the masters' bedroom with the use of a false key. Francis survived. did Raissa commit? Explain briefly. Despite demands of ABC Corporation. purchased the property for P100. (4%) Can Gabriel invoke his relationship with Dennis to avoid criminal liability? Explain. the box was empty. The commander of the vigilante group reported the liquidation to Ricky. Raissa declared. State with reasons. Raissa decided to wed Juan.000 a month. (7%) XIV Eliseo. Pedro took the box and left the bedroom with Lucas. if any. with interest thereon. while Nestor and Julia were out having dinner. aEDCAH a) State with reasons. Pedro complied. Due to medical assistance. the representative of the corporation failed to attend the auction sale. Myla failed to pay the rent for 3 months. In due time. (7%) XII Raissa and Martin are married to each other but had been separated for the last five years. his officemate. After going over the list. conducted the execution sale of the property of Andres to satisfy the judgment against him in favor of ABC Corporation. One night. What crime or crimes. However. (7%) XIII Lucas had been the stay-in houseboy of spouses Nestor and Julia for five years.
Roger assured. State. the owner of a motel in that area. his business.b) Would your answer to the first question be the same if ABC Corporation were a private corporation? Explain. Manila. Antonio refused to pay the protection money. All three of them were killed instantly when the grenade exploded. (3%) XV Roger. Days later. arrived at Antonio's home and hurled a grenade into an open window of the bedroom where Antonio. Mauro. the leader of a crime syndicate in Malate. demanded the payment by Antonio. (7%) . and his employees. the crime or crimes that had been committed as well as the aggravating circumstances. Should Antonio refuse. Roger warned. his wife and their three year-old daughter were sleeping. attendant thereto. a member of the criminal syndicate. With the monthly payments.000 a month as "protection money". if any. of P10. with reasons. at around 3:00 in the morning. the syndicate would provide protection to Antonio. the motel owner would either be killed or his establishment destroyed.
Jonathan. Anastacio agreed. He was shocked to see Joy. and Anastacio was among those arrested. Unfortunately. Eddie thereupon authorized the conduct of a "treatment" calculated to drive the "spirit" from the boy's body. conformably with Article 247 of the Revised Penal Code. Macky pulled out his service gun and shot and killed Ken. Macky was charged with murder for the death of Ken. (10%) III Jervis and Marlon asked their friend. . arrived home late one night after rendering overtime. his best friend. (5%) (b) While serving his sentence. Jervis and Marlon went inside the bank. After they dashed out of the bank and rushed into the car. Upon reaching Tiburcio's house.000 in cash. The court found that Ken died under exceptional circumstances and exonerated Macky of murder but sentenced him to destierro. Marlon and Jonathan commit? Explain your answer. Macky entered the prohibited area and had a pot session with Ivy (Joy's sister). the procedure conducted resulted in the boy's death. Jonathan pulled the car out of the curb. What crime or crimes did Jervis. Distinguish between an accomplice and a conspirator. hitting a pedestrian which resulted in the latter's death. At that precise time.CRIMINAL LAW I What are the penalties that may be served simultaneously? (10%) II Tiburcio asked Anastacio to join their group for a "session. They contented themselves with the customers' cellphones and a total of P5. to help them rob a bank. in the act of having sexual intercourse. a security guard. if any? Explain your answer. and Ken. but were unable to get any money from the vault because the same was protected by a time-delay mechanism. Anastacio discovered that it was actually a shabu session." Thinking that it was for a mahjong session. Is Macky entitled to an indeterminate sentence in case he is found guilty of use of prohibited substances? Explain your answer. his wife. the place was raided by the police. (10%) IV Macky. (a) Did the court correctly order Macky to pay indemnity even though he was exonerated of murder? Explain your answer. What are the three (3) classes of offenders in the crime of qualified seduction? Give an example of each." He was diagnosed by the faithhealer as being possessed by an evil spirit.000. The court also ordered Macky to pay indemnity to the heirs of the victim in the amount of P50. (5%) V (10%) (a) (b) VI What are the different acts of inciting to sedition? (10%) VII Eddie brought his son Randy to a local faithhealer known as "Mother Himala. What crime can Anastacio be charged with.
What crime/s did Rafael commit? Explain your answer. What crime/s did Fe commit. 2.5% III 1. Under what situations may a private person enter any dwelling. 724. When the crowd still pushed forward. When can a Filipino citizen residing in this country use an alias legally? Give 3 instances. or other establishments without being liable for trespass to dwelling? 2. (10%) VIII Fe is the manager of a rice mill in Bulacan. if any? Explain your answer. 3. 2. What are the instances where proof of motive is not essential or required to justify conviction of an accused? Give at least 3 instances.5% What are the 3 ways of committing arbitrary detention? Explain each. Rafael fired his gun into the air to scare them off. 2. 347. 5% SEHaDI II 1.5% When is an arrest by a peace officer or by a private person considered lawful? Explain.5% 3. ricocheted and then hit one of the stage crew members. the bullet hit one of the metal roof supports. (10%) X Pinky was a lessee of a market stall owned by Giovanni. certain crimes are covered by the grant of amnesty. Name at least 5 of these crimes. Rafael Padilla (a security guard) pointed his gun at the onrush of people. causing injuries which resulted in the latter's confinement in a hospital for twelve days. Fe then pocketed the difference. 2. (10%) CRIMINAL LAW Motive is essential in the determination of the commission of a crime and the liabilities of the perpetrators.5% 2. Giovanni nailed some wooden barricades on one of the sides of the market stall and posted this warning: "We have closed this portion of the door. When Pinky refused to pay her rental.5% What are the legal grounds for detention? 2. Fe made it appear that the rice mill was earning less than it actually was by writing in a "talaan" or ledger a figure lower than what was collected and paid by their customers. Do not open it or else something may happen to you. Enumerate the differences between pardon and amnesty. In order to support a gambling debt.5% .The faithhealer and three others who were part of the healing ritual were charged with murder and convicted by the lower court. residence. IV 1. would you sustain the conviction upon appeal? Explain your answer. Can former DSWD Secretary Dinky Soliman apply for amnesty? How about columnist Randy David? (You are supposed to know the crimes or offenses ascribed to them as published in almost all newspapers for the past several months. amending Presidential Proclamation No. If you were the appellate court Justice.) 2. (10%) IX During a concert of Gary V.. 5% 2 Under Presidential Proclamation No. However." What crime/s did Giovanni commit. 2. if any? Explain your answer. and in order to prevent the crowd from rushing to the stage.
S. the officers and crew fell asleep. HSaIET What crime was committed? Explain. The trio then left in Mario's car for Manila where they called up Luke's family and threatened them to kill Luke . In 1992. After his arraignment.5% VII 1.4. While the S. At daybreak. laborers in the noodles factory of Luke Tan. electric stoves and toasters. he was charged with malversation of public funds before the Sandiganbayan. can apply for and/or be granted a suspended sentence. Due to exhaustion. to which he filed an opposition claiming that he can no longer be suspended as he is no longer an employee of the PNB but that of the PDIC.5% VIII Commissioner Marian Torres of the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) wrote solicitation letters addressed to the Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry and to certain CEOs of various multinational corporations requesting donations of gifts for her office Christmas party. agreed to kill him due to his arrogance and miserliness. Then they left hurriedly towards Aparri. freezers. Cagayan. They told Mario they will only teach Luke a lesson in Christian humility. 2. passed by and took advantage of the situation. They radioed the Aparri Port Authorities resulting in the apprehension of the culprits.5% 2. Her staff also received several envelopes containing cash money for the employees' Christmas luncheon. One afternoon. In 1982. While the ship was anchored. Nagoya Maru was negotiating the sea route from Hongkong towards Manila. They cut the ship's engines and took away several heavy crates of electrical equipment and loaded them in their motorboat. 2. The response was prompt and overwhelming so much so that Commissioner Torres' office was overcrowded with rice cookers. a CPA. then a government banking institution. hired Henry delaRenta. the culprits stabbed a member of the crew while sleeping. were charged with conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman under the Articles of War. The Captain ordered the ship to stop for emergency repairs lasting for almost 15 hours. General Lim and General Querubin of the Scout Rangers and Philippine Marines. Enumerate at least 5 of them. he resigned and was employed by the Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation (PDIC). Supposing that while the robbery was taking place. the fishpond caretakers. Can they apply for amnesty? 2. as Regional Bank Auditor. delaRenta was found to have manipulated certain accounts involving trust funds and time deposits of depositors. She used the Bureau's official stationery. 5% VI 1. Andy and Jimmy. either as an adult or as a minor. Mario drove them to a fishpond in Navotas where Luke was entrusted to Emil and Louie. What crime was committed? Explain. its engines malfunctioned.5% V There are at least 7 instances or situations in criminal cases wherein the accused. Cagayan. a motorboat manned by renegade Ybanags from Claveria. After investigation. another government-owned and controlled corporation. and while still 300 miles from Aparri.5% 2. the Philippine National Bank (PNB). He filed a motion to dismiss contending he was no longer an employee of the PNB but of the PDIC. the crew found that a robbery took place. after the PNB management unearthed many irregularities and violations of the bank's rules and regulations. asking them to hide Luke in their shack because he was running from the NBI. they seized him and loaded him in a taxi driven by Mario. 2. Explain whether he may or may not be suspended. In 1995. the prosecution filed a motion for his suspension pendente lite. respectively. radio sets. Is delaRenta's contention tenable? 2. Has Commissioner Torres committed any impropriety or irregularity? What laws or decrees did she violate? 5% X Jaime.
the group arrested him and seized his attache case. Lyn was never seen again. Chief Inspector Gamboa ordered PO3 Lorbes to stop the car. But Ana did not inform him about her condition and. PR 181. especially when the announcer stated that there is a shoot-to-kill order for the kidnappers. was arriving on PAL Flight No. 1. rejected him. the kidnapping was announced over the radio and TV. already in an advanced state. the attache case yielded 5 plastic bags of heroin weighing 500 grams. PNP Chief Inspector Samuel Gamboa formed a group of anti-drug agents. They brought them in an abandoned warehouse where they forced them to dance naked. They brought out the drugs from the case in the trunk and got 3 plastic sacks of heroin.5% Will Nonoy's minority exculpate him? 2. Oniok tried to persuade her to undergo an abortion. who impregnated her. Because of their constant and bitter quarrels. The 2 were charged with parricide under Article 246 of the Revised Penal Code. went home to Cebu to conceal heir shame. he prevailed upon Ana to conceal her dishonor. Upon coming home and learning what happened. she suffered birth pangs and gave birth prematurely to a live baby girl while Oniok was at his place of work. another NBI team followed Ong and likewise arrested him. because of a leak. while Dang and her sister Lyn were on their way home. Jimmy and Mario as those responsible for the kidnapping. So. XVI After receiving a reliable information that Dante Ong. After trial. they confessed and pointed to Jaime. but she refused. The incident was reported to the police who arrested Ana and Oniok. Job ordered Nonoy to push Dang down a ravine. Upon learning of her pregnancy. retrieved the infant who was already dead from drowning. What crime or crimes did the 6 suspects commit? 5% XI Ana has been a bar girl/GRO at a beer house for more than 2 years. Emil and Louie took Luke to the seashore of Dagat-dagatan where they smashed his head with a shovel and buried him in the sand. Upon inspection inside the Immigration holding area. Upon interrogation. was so enamored with her that he persistently wooed and pursued her. Ong left with the 2 remaining plastic sacks of heroin. they brought them to a hill in a nearby barangay where they took turns raping them. she returned to Manila and stayed with Oniok in his boarding house. Chief Inspector Gamboa took the attache case and boarded him in an unmarked car driven by PO3 PepitoLorbes. they were seen by a barangay kagawad who arrested them and brought them to the police station. DTAaCE Was the conviction correct? 5% XIII Dang was a beauty queen in a university. 4. Chief Inspector Gamboa advised him to keep silent and go home which the latter did. the 4 were arrested and charged. All of them were later charged. Lyn ran away but Job and Nonoy chased her and pushed her inside the van.5% What penalties should be imposed on them? 2. Emil and Louie heard the broadcast and panicked. She fell in love with Oniok. Job and his minor friend Nonoy grabbed them and pushed them inside a white van. After satisfying their lust. Unknown to them. On the way to Camp Crame and upon nearing White Plains corner Edsa. the bartender. However. They arrested Chief Inspector Gamboa and PO3 Lorbes. Thereafter. an inquisitive neighbor saw them and with the help of others.5% Is the non-recovery of Lyn's body material to the criminal liability of Job and Nonoy? 2.5% . When Ong arrived at the airport. Job. a notorious drug smuggler. Unknown to them.unless they give a ransom within 24 hours. Later. an NBI team of agents had been following them and witnessed the transaction. being in love with another man. 2. a rich classmate. resulting in her death. Sometime in September 2003. they were convicted of the crime charged. Dang. they placed the infant in a shoe box and threw it into a nearby creek. Hence. 3. Then the duo drove away. What are their respective criminal liabilities? 5% XVII What crime or crimes were committed by Job and Nonoy? 2. They then told Ong to alight from the car. Andy. her parents drove her away. Meanwhile. instead. However. However. This angered Job.
thus. (4. Incensed that Belle had reported him. (2%) . the vehicle skidded and hit Belle causing her death. while VR as accessory.) Belle saw Gaston stealing the prized cock of a neighbor and reported him to the police. she borrowed money from her compadreMang Juan with the assurance to pay him within 2 months.00 to VR.00 to complete his semestral tuition fees preparatory to his final exams in Commerce. Gaston decided to scare her by trying to make it appear that he was about to run her over. VR also moved for the reconsideration of the decision insisting that since he was acquitted of the crime charged. as principal.) a) b) c) (3%) (2. Mang Juan told Aling Maria that she does not have to pay the loan if she will allow her youngest 10-year old daughter Annie to work as a housemaid in his house for 2 months at P1.) Taking into account the nature and elements of the felonies of coup d' etat and rape. (2%) Distinguish the following from each other: Complex crime under Article 48 of the Revised Penal Code. and delitocontinuado. did he commit a crime? 2.000. Was a crime committed by Mang Juan when he brought Annie to his house as maid for the purpose of repaying her mother's loan? 2. Does this mean that reclusion perpetua is now a divisible penalty? Explain. Rule on the motions with reasons. (2%) CaEIST (3. he had juridical possession of the merchandise.000.) II (1. Despite Aling Maria's objection.000. He revved the engine of his car and drove towards her but he applied the brakes. asking for P2. the court ordered VR to return the merchandise to the owner thereof and ordered DD to refund the P500. Sometime in November he was in dire need of money. If Aling Maria herself was made to work as a housemaid in Mang Juan's household to pay her loan. and that he purchased the merchandise in good faith. sold merchandise deposited in his warehouse to VR for P500. He.00. Two months lapsed but Aling Maria failed to settle her obligation. Gaston. (2%) (5.) DD was engaged in the warehouse business. However. Mang Juan insisted and brought Annie to his house to work as a maid.) Under Article 27 of the Revised Penal Code.5% CRIMINAL LAW I (1. her eldest son.000.) Distinguish pecuniary penalties from pecuniary liabilities. Thereafter. DD was charged with theft. DD moved for the reconsideration of the decision insisting that he should be acquitted of theft because being the depositary. he is not obligated to return the merchandise to its owner. as amended by Republic Act (RA) No. may one be criminally liable for frustrated coup d' etat or frustrated rape? Explain. reclusion perpetua shall be from 20 years and 1 day to 40 years. (5%) Distinguish malum in se from malumprohibitum. Special complex crime. Distressed and disturbed. while driving a car saw Belle crossing the street.Aling Maria received an urgent telephone call from Junior. The court convicted DD of theft but acquitted VR on the ground that he purchased the merchandise in good faith.00 a month. What is the liability of Gaston? Why? (4%) (2. 7959.5% 2. 1. Since the road was slippery at that time.
to 3 years.) E and M are convicted of a penal law that imposes a penalty of fine or imprisonment or both fine and imprisonment. . jointly and severally. with subsidiary imprisonment in case of insolvency. which fine shall not exceed P200. (3%) IV (1. Maganda transferred residence without prior approval of the court. to 11 months. he was ordered to pay indemnity in the amount of P50.000. On appeal.) DD purchased a television set for P50. among others. as maximum. Maganda was unable to pay the fine but filed a petition for probation. she asked Martin for a cash advance of P1. that she should not change her residence without the court's prior approval. Paz gagged the mouth of Martin's son with stockings. or both. as maximum.III (1.) The accused was found guilty of 10 counts of rape for having carnal knowledge with the same woman. placed the child in a box. as minimum. In addition to the penalty of imprisonment. considering that the victim is the same woman.000. a straight penalty of 10 months.) Maganda was charged with violation of the Bouncing Checks Law (BP 22) punishable by imprisonment of not less than 30 days but not more than 1 year or a fine of not less than but not more than double the amount of the check. b) Supposing before the Order of Discharge was issued by the court but after the lapse of the period of probation.00 but Martin refused. State with reasons whether the court may correctly impose the following penalties: a) b) c) (5%) (2. What crime or crimes did DD commit? Explain. When Paz learned that her 70 year-old mother was seriously ill. a straight penalty of 2 years. The owner of the establishment had no inkling that the credit card used by DD was counterfeit. One morning. as minimum. The court granted the petition subject to the condition. The court convicted her of the crime and sentenced her to pay a fine of P50. May the judge impose an alternative penalty of fine or imprisonment? Explain. a) What is the proper period of probation? Is the penalty proper? Explain. and to pay the private complainant the amount of the check. the accused questions the award of civil indemnity for each count. The judge sentenced them to pay the fine.000.00 with the use of a counterfeit credit card.00 for each count.00. (5%) (2.) Harold was convicted of a crime defined and penalized by a special penal law where the imposable penalty is from 6 months. May the court revoke the Order of Probation and order her to serve the subsidiary imprisonment? Explain. (5%) V Paz Masipag worked as a housemaid and yaya of the one-week old son of the spouses Martin and Pops Kuripot. a) b) (4%) (3.000. 6 months.000.00 with subsidiary imprisonment in case of insolvency. How would you rule on the contention of the accused? Explain.
The tanods recovered the P500.000. and decided to rob him. After a couple of days.00. (3%) VII Jose employed Mario as gardener and Henry as cook. and nighttime is not aggravating because the house of Jose was lighted at the time he was killed. (5%) IX Allan.00 and took it. therefore. Pete pulled out his service gun and shot and killed Benjie. but were arrested around 200 meters away from the house by alert barangay tanods. a) b) Is the defense of Pete meritorious? Explain. (5%) VI Candido stabbed an innocent bystander who accidentally bumped him. but sentenced him to destierro. Henry. He was shocked to see Flor. Mario positioned himself about 30 meters away from Jose's house and acted as lookout. conformably with Article 247 of the Revised Penal Code. Under Article 247 of the Revised Penal Code. leaving the ignition . completely naked having sexual intercourse. Subsequently. the Municipal Treasurer of the Municipality of Gerona. Henry surreptitiously gained entry into the house and killed Jose who was then having his dinner. dwelling is not aggravating in attempted robbery with homicide. Martin did not pay the ransom. a security guard.00.00. his best friend. For his part. likewise. hence. Martin discovered the box in the attic with his child already dead. and nighttime. he was guilty only of robbery. The innocent bystander died as a result of the stabbing. Paz disappeared. They learned that Jose won P500.00 as ransom for the release of his son. was in a hurry to return to his office after a day-long official conference.sealed it with masking tape and placed the box in the attic. dwelling. What should be the proper charge against Candido? Explain.000. considering that he and Mario did not benefit from the P500.000. Mario moved to reconsider the decision maintaining that he was not at the scene of the crime and was not aware that Henry killed the victim.000. According to the autopsy report. Pete contended that he acted in defense of his honor and that. his wife. Pete was charged with murder for the death of Benjie. Henry then took a can of gasoline from the garage and burned the house to conceal the acts. What crime or crimes did Paz commit? Explain. DTEIaC Mario and Henry were charged with and convicted of robbery with homicide. (7%) VIII Pete. with the aggravating circumstances of arson. The court found that Benjie died under exceptional circumstances and exonerated Pete of the crime. The court also ordered Pete to pay indemnity to the heirs of the victim in the amount of P50. Later in the afternoon. is destierro a penalty? Explain. asserting that he is liable only for attempted robbery with homicide with no aggravating circumstance. and Benjie. he should be acquitted of the crime. Mario and Henry fled. Henry found the P500. as an accomplice.00 in the lotto. Resolve with reasons the respective motions of Mario and Henry.000. Candido was arrested and was tested to be positive for the use of "shabu" at the time he committed the stabbing. c) Did the court correctly order Pete to pay indemnity despite his exoneration under Article 247 of the Revised Penal Code? Explain. He further alleged that arson is a felony and not an aggravating circumstance. arrived home late one night after rendering overtime. He alighted from the government car which was officially assigned to him.000. moved to reconsider the decision. she demanded P5. the child died of asphyxiation barely three minutes after the box was sealed. Mario also claimed that he conspired with Henry to commit robbery but not to kill Jose.
00 to P1 Million. Article II of RA 9165 for the use of marijuana.00 to Sherly. (6%) XIII Obie Juan is suspected to have in his possession an unspecified amount of methamphetamine hydrochloride or "shabu". SEcAIC a) b) (5%) XII Don Gabito. Cao Shih.000. He inserted a rusty and oversized vibrator into her vagina with such force that she bled profusely. Danny for P20. Sherly was brought to the hospital and died a few days later because of shock caused by hemorrhage. What crime or crimes did Jet Matulis commit? Explain. resulting in his arrest following the discovery of 100 grams of the said dangerous drug in his possession. He was subsequently charged with two crimes: Violation of Section 11. What are the respective crimes. An entrapment operation was conducted by police officers. a bystander. 2004. are their respective civil liabilities? Explain. drove off with the car and later sold the same to his brother. would your answer be the same? Explain. It was subsequently discovered that Don Gabito was actually a jueteng operator and the amounts he deposited were proceeds from his jueteng operations. the amount of P500.000. Danny and Jules? Explain.00. Jules. . and brought her to a motel. if any.00 in consideration for the destruction by Patrick of the drug. What. Obstruction of Justice under PD 1829. offered to fund several projects of the Mayor. the Evidence Custodian of the PNP Forensic Chemistry Section.key and the car unlocked. a philanthropist.000. if any. a) b) (5%) X During a PNP buy-bust operation. Cao Shih was arrested for selling 20 grams of methamphetamine hydrochloride (shabu) to a poseur-buyer. State with reasons whether Patrick committed the following crimes: a) b) c) d) (7%) XI On July 1.000. He opened an account in the Mayor's name and regularly deposited various amounts ranging from P500. Section 3(e) of RA 3019 (Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act). although the car was worth P800. the Mayor withdrew and used the money for constructing feeder roads. Direct bribery.000. and rushed to his office. Article II of RA 9165 for the possession of "shabu" and violation of Section 15. He was subjected to a drug test and was found positive for the use of marijuana. an orphan and a prostitute.00. another dangerous drug. through an intermediary. Patrick managed to destroy the drug. repairing schools and for all other municipal projects. What crime/s were committed? Who are criminally liable? Explain. a pedophile. gave P1. a) Are the charges proper? Explain. Indirect bribery. Jet panicked and fled. barangay clinics. From this account. If Sherly were a minor when she died. Jet Matulis. committed by Allan. paid Patrick.
he stated that he is married to Leni Chua. with the Regional Trial Court of Manila. her estranged husband Carlo barged into her house in Parañaque City. she could no longer locate her son. and brought the child to his hometown in Baguio City. After his direct testimony.) While Marietta was in her place of work in Makati City. Cindee uttered defamatory statements against Erika. EScAID b) May the aggrieved party file a petition for certiorari in the Supreme Court under Rule 65 of the 1997 Rules of Civil Procedure instead of filing a petition for review on certiorari under Rule 45 thereof for the nullification of a decision of the Court of Appeals in the exercise either of its original or appellate jurisdiction? Explain. .b) Why? (5%) XIV So as not to be sentenced to death. (3%) Copyright 2004 CD Technologies Asia Remedial Law September 25. What crime or crimes. filed a petition for habeas corpus against Carlo in the Court of Appeals in Manila to compel him to produce their son before the court and for her to regain custody. EcHIAC What crime or crimes did Cindee commit? Explain. did Al Chua commit? Explain. if any. through counsel. with whom he has an amorous relationship. while Al was living with Babes Toh in Manila. Is this provision applicable to an action filed in the Philippines to enforce a foreign judgment? Explain. that he is living with her in Sampaloc. Al Chua withdrew his petition for naturalization. Leni Chua was already living in Cebu. 2005 REMEDIAL LAW I a) Under Article 1144 of the New Civil Code. a successful and reputable businesswoman. a Chinese national. When may the trial court order that the testimony of a child be taken by live-link television? Explain. at the time of the filing of the petition. Manila. that he is of good moral character. Despite Marietta's pleas. d) e) (10%) (1. Distinguish a derivative suit from a class suit. and that he has conducted himself in an irreproachable manner during his stay in the Philippines. Percival. abducted their six-year old son. an action upon a judgment must be brought within 10 years from the time the right of action accrues. However. filed a petition under oath for naturalization. In his petition. Carlo refused to return their child. Obie Juan offers to plead guilty to a lesser offense. c) May a private document be offered and admitted in evidence both as documentary evidence and as object evidence? Explain. (5%) XV In an interview aired on television. Can he do so? Al Chua. She alleged in the petition that despite her efforts. Marietta.
(8%) III Perry is a resident of Manila. one may be charged with and found guilty of qualified rape if he knew on or before the commission of the crime that he is afflicted with Human Immuno-Deficiency Virus (HIV)/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) or any other sexually transmissible disease and the virus or disease is transmitted to the victim. Marietta replied that under Rule 102 of the Rules of Court. a warehouseman. Perry borrowed P100.00 loan. and the prosecution offers such result in evidence to prove the qualifying circumstance under the Information for qualified rape. b) If the result of such test shows that he is HIV positive. should the court reject such result on the ground that it is the fruit of a poisonous tree? Explain.000. State with reasons whether it was proper for Ricky to join his causes of action in his complaint for partition against Perry and Marvin in the Regional Trial Court of Pasay City. After due proceedings. 8369.DcCITS (5%) IV Raphael. He also incorporated in his complaint his action against Perry for the collection of the latter's P100. 8504 the court may compel the accused to submit himself to a blood test where blood samples would be extracted from his veins to determine whether he has HIV.000. X Corporation filed a motion to dismiss the complaint on the ground of res judicata. Carlo alleged that the petition was erroneously filed in the Court of Appeals as the same should have been filed in the Family Court in Baguio City which. filed a complaint against V Corporation.000.In his comment. judgment was rendered by the court declaring that X Corporation was entitled to the goods. Raphael replied that he could not have claimed storage fees and other advances in his complaint for interpleader because he was not yet certain as to who was liable therefor.) Under Republic Act No. Raphael filed a complaint against X Corporation for the payment of P100. 8353. (4%) V . Ricky filed a complaint against Perry and Marvin in the Regional Trial Court of Pasay City for the partition of the property. X Corporation and Y Corporation to compel them to interplead. X Corporation alleged that Raphael should have incorporated in his complaint for interpleader his claim for storage fees and advances and that for his failure he was barred from interposing his claim. (5%) (2. the writ of habeas corpus shall be enforceable anywhere in the Philippines. Whose contention is correct? Explain.00 from Ricky which he promised to pay on or before December 1. and against selfincrimination violated by such compulsory testing? Explain. a) Are the rights of the accused to be presumed innocent of the crime charged.000. to privacy.00. However. plus interests and attorney's fees. the petition may be filed in the Court of Appeals and if granted. Perry also rejected Ricky and Marvin's proposal to partition the property. 2004.00 for storage charges and other advances for the goods. has exclusive jurisdiction over the petition. Perry failed to pay his loan. Resolve the motion with reasons. He alleged therein that the three corporations claimed title and right of possession over the goods deposited in his warehouse and that he was uncertain which of them was entitled to the goods. while Ricky and Marvin are residents of Batangas City. They are the co-owners of a parcel of residential land located in Pasay City with an assessed value of P100. The decision became final and executory. under Republic Act No. as amended. Under Section 17(a) of Republic Act No.
(4%) VIII In a complaint for recovery of real property. Jovy. Resolve the motion with reasons. In his unverified answer. The lawyer prepared a deed of partition distributing Lulu's estate in accordance with the terms of her will. that he is the owner of the said property by virtue of a deed of sale executed by the defendant in his favor. for lack of knowledge or information sufficient to form a belief as to the truth thereof. (ii) the writ was improperly implemented. the plaintiff averred. Is the act of the lawyer correct? Why? (2%) (2. writ of preliminary attachment and attachment bond. (2%) (3. order of attachment. Upon posting of an attachment bond. How may his estate be settled by his heirs who are of legal age and have legal capacity? Explain. (4%) IX On May 12. (4%) VII Katy filed an action against Tyrone for collection of the sum of P1 Million in the Regional Trial Court. 2005. among others.) After Lulu's death. for breach of contract. her heirs brought her last will to a lawyer to obtain their respective shares in the estate. Resolve the motion with reasons. as well as the appended deed of sale. leaving no debts.(1. Tyrone filed a motion to dismiss and to dissolve the writ of preliminary attachment on the following grounds: (i) the court did not acquire jurisdiction over his person because the writ was served ahead of the summons. and Mans for quasi-delict. (2%) .00 is within the exclusive jurisdiction of the Metropolitan Trial Court of Quezon City. that is. the pendency of the civil action impliedly instituted in the criminal action for reckless imprudence resulting in serious physical injuries. the sheriff proceeded to Tyrone's house and served him the summons. Katy's affidavit. Thereafter. the owner of the taxicab. As a result thereof. with copies of the complaint containing the application for writ of preliminary attachment. ISEHTa State the rule on venue in judicial settlement of estate of deceased persons. the plaintiff filed a complaint in the Regional Trial Court of Quezon City for the collection of P250. Is it proper for the court to render judgment without trial? Explain. Apprehensive that Tyrone might withdraw his savings deposit with the bank. Within fifteen (15) days from service of the summons. suffered serious injuries. with an exparte application for a writ of preliminary attachment. Copy of the deed of sale was appended to the complaint as Annex "A" thereof.00.000. Jovy filed a civil action against Lourdes. the defendant denied the allegation concerning the sale of the property in question. the court granted the application and issued a writ of preliminary attachment. and (iii) said writ was improvidently issued because the obligation in question was already fully paid. Mans was subsequently charged before the Municipal Trial Court with reckless imprudence resulting in serious physical injuries. The defendant filed a motion to dismiss the complaint on the ground that the court had no jurisdiction over the action since the claimed amount of P250.) VI While cruising on a highway. the sheriff immediately served a notice of garnishment on the bank to implement the writ of preliminary attachment.) Nestor died intestate in 2003.000. Lourdes and Mans filed a motion to dismiss the civil action on the ground of litispendentia. its passenger. The following day. a taxicab driven by Mans hit an electric post.
Under Republic Act No. amended his complaint to allege a new cause of action consisting in the inclusion of an additional amount of P200. Conformably with the said writ. thereby increasing his total claim to P450. Rule on the motion of the defendant with reasons. (4%) X A obtained a money judgment against B. (5%) XII Mariano was convicted by the Regional Trial Court for raping Victoria and meted the penalty of reclusion perpetua. However. claiming that the Regional Trial Court had jurisdiction over his action. a Filipina. Her birth certificate indicates that Helen is the legitimate child of Tony and Eliza and that she is a Chinese citizen. a Chinese. his marriage to Victoria extinguished the criminal action against him for rape. the sheriff levied upon certain properties under B's name. a) Is the ruling of the court correct? 'Explain.00. and Tony.32 caliber gun is punishable by prisioncorreccional in its maximum period and a fine of not less than P15. b) What remedy/remedies should the counsel of Mariano take to secure his proper and most expeditious release from the National Penitentiary? Explain.45 caliber gun is punishable by prision mayor in its minimum period and a fine of P30.000. The plaintiff thereafter filed his opposition to the motion to dismiss. After the finality of the decision.000. C filed a third-party claim over said properties claiming that B had already transferred the same to him. What petition should Helen file and what procedural requirements must be observed? Explain. the plaintiff. While serving sentence at the National Penitentiary. Mariano and Victoria were married.000. 8353. Is the ruling of the court correct'? Explain. you intend to file a motion to quash the Information. the court denied the motion on the ground that it had lost jurisdiction over the case after its decision had become final and executory. Helen wants her birth certificate corrected by changing her filiation from "legitimate" to "illegitimate" and her citizenship from Chinese" to "Filipino" because her parents were not married. A moved to deny the third-party claim and to hold B and C jointly and severally liable to him for the money judgment alleging that B had transferred said properties to C to defraud him (A). (4%) XI Helen is the daughter of Eliza.00. possession of an unlicensed . who is married to another woman living in China. 8294.45 caliber and a . What ground or grounds should you invoke? Explain. without leave of court. as well as the penalty imposed on him.000. As counsel of the accused. the court issued a writ of execution for the enforcement thereof. while possession of an unlicensed .00.00.32 caliber. (4%) .Before the court could resolve the motion. Mariano filed a motion in said court for his release from the penitentiary on his claim that under Republic Act No. After due hearing. It was alleged therein that Rodolfo was in possession of two unlicensed firearms: a . CTHDcS (7%) XIII Rodolfo is charged with possession of unlicensed firearms in an Information filed in the Regional Trial Court. the court denied the third-party claim and rendered an amended decision declaring B and C jointly and severally liable to A for the money judgment.
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