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Art. 128. Violation of domicile.

1. Who may commit violation of


13.What is the third manner of

violation of domicile?

2. What does Not being authorized

by a judicial order means?

14.What is the meaning of


3. What does dwelling means?

15.Give example of surreptitious entry.

4. What are the three ways of

committing violation of domicile?

16.What are the two circumstances

that would qualify the crime of
violation of domicile?

5. What does against the will of the

owner means?

6. Give an example of implied or

express opposition of the owner.

7. Can an officer enter the dwelling

without a search warrant even he
suspects the owner is keeping
illegal drugs?

8. What is the second manner of

committing violation of domicile?

9. What happens when there is a

previous consent of the owner of
the dwelling in the second manner?

10.What does papers and effects

found therein means?

Art. 129. Search warrants maliciously

obtained and abuse in the service of
those legally obtained.
1. What right does art. 128 and 129
pertains to?

2. What are the two acts punishable

under Art. 129?

3. What does search warrant means?

4. What are the personal properties

that may be the subject of a search

5. What are the five requisites of a

valid search warrant?

11.What does search means in Article

6. What is the definition of probable
12.Give examples of search.

7. What is the purpose of the

specification of the place and
things to be searched and seized?

8. How is probable cause


9. When is a search warrant

maliciously obtained?

10.What is the nature of the oath

required of the complainant and
his witnesses?

11.What is the test to determine the

sufficiency of an affidavit to
warrant the issuance of a search

12.What is the obligation of the officer

seizing the property under a
search warrant?

16.Which must precede first , a lawful

arrest or a valid search?

17.Can peace officers invoke

regularity in the performance of
official functions in warrantless
18.Why is warrantless search of
moving vehicles allowed?

19.Requisites of stop-and-search
warrantless search at police

20.When is extensive check


21.What are the 4 elements of plain

view doctrine?

22.When is an object deemed to be in

plain view?
13.Can this offense be complexed
with perjury or other similar

14.What is fishing expedition and

what does it pertains to?

15.What are the 10 instances of

warrantless search?

23.Can plain view doctrine be used as

an instrument for a general
exploratory search from one object
to another?

24.What is the nature of customs


25.What are the examples of customs


26.What are the 3 requisites of a valid

waiver or consent to a search?

Art. 131. Prohibition, interruption, and

dissolution of peaceful meetings.
27.What is needed in order to validate
an otherwise illegal search?

28.What are examples of an invalid


29.Give an example of stop and frisk


1. What are the 3 ways of committing


2. What are the 2 elements of the first

3. What right does par. 1 pertains to?

4. Is this right absolute? Why?

30.What is an incident search to a

lawful arrest?

5. What are the legal grounds to

prohibit a meeting?

31.Give an example of exigent and

emergency situations?

6. What right does par. 2 pertains to?

32.Give example of strip search in the

ladies room.

7. What right does par. 3 pertains to?

8. How does BP 880 regulate the right

of the people to peaceably
assemble and petition the govt. for
the correction of abuses and the
redress of grievances?

33.What is the second offense of Art.

9. Where can public assembly be held
if there is no permit?
34.Give example.

10.What is a freedom park?

Art. 130. Searching domicile without
1. Who are the witnesses that should
be present in the course of lawful

2. What is the purpose of this?

Art. 132. Interruption of religious worship.

1. How may interruption of religious
worship be committed?

2. What are the circumstances that

may qualify the offense?
3. Is it necessary that the ceremonies
be done in church?

Art. 133. Offending the religious feelings.

1. Who may commit this offense?

4. What are the 2 purposes of


2. What is the essence of offending

the religious feelings?
5. Give examples of rebellion.
Art. 134. Rebellion or insurrection. How
1. What is the nature of rebellion?

6. Is actual clash of arms necessary to

make one liable for rebellion?

2. What is the gravamen of rebellion?


3. How is this crime committed?