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ATENEO CENTRAL BAR OPERATIONS 2007

Criminal Law
SUMMER REVIEWER
HEAD: KRISTINE QUIMPO
UNDERSTUDIES: IVY PATDU, KRIZNA GOMEZ
VOLUNTEERS: SEVERINE LOPEZ, IZELLE DELOSO
ADVISERS: ATTY. LORENZO PADILLA, JUSTICE DIOSDADO PERALTA

TABLE OF CONTENTS
BOOK I - CRIMINAL LAW IN GENERAL
I. PRELIMINARY TITLE
II. TITLE ONE FELONIES AND CIRCUMSTANCES WHCH AFFECT CRIMINAL LIABILITY............... 2
a. Chapter One. Felonies
b. Chapter Two. Justifying Circumstances and Circumstances which Exempt from Criminal
Liability
c. Chapter Three. Circumstances which Mitigate Criminal Liability
d. Chapter Four. Circumstances which Aggravate Criminal Liability
e. Chapter Five. Alternative Circumstances
III. TITLE TWO PERSONS CRIMINALLY LIABLE FOR FELONIES ..................................................... 25
IV. TITLE THREE PENALTIES............................................................................................................... 31
a. Chapter One. Penalties in General
b. Chapter Two. Classifications of Penalties
c. Chapter Three. Duration and Effect of Penalties
d. Chapter Four. Application of Penalties
e. Chapter Five. Execution and Service of Penalties
V. TITLE FOUR EXTINCTION OF CRIMINAL LIABILITY ..................................................................... 54
a. Chapter One. Total Extinction of Criminal Liability
b. Chapter Two. Partial Extinction of Criminal Liability
VI. TITLE FIVE CIVIL LIABILITY ............................................................................................................ 58
a. Chapter One. Persons Civilly Liable for Felonies
b. Chapter Two. What Civil Liability Includes
c. Chapter Three. Extinction and Survival of Civil Liability
BOOK II CRIMES AND PENALTIES
I. TITLE ONE CRIMES AGAINST NATIONAL SECURITY AND THE LAW OF NATIONS................. 63
a. Chapter One. Crimes Against National Security
II. TITLE TWO CRIMES AGAINST THE FUNDAMENTAL LAWS OF THE LAND ............................... 69
a. Chapter One. Arbitrary Detention or Expulsion, Violation of Dwelling, Prohibition, Interruption,
and Dissolution of Peaceful Meetings and Crimes Against Religious Worship
III. TITLE THREE CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC ORDER........................................................................ 73
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c. Chapter Three. Illegal Assemblies and Associations
d. Chapter Four. Assault Upon, and Resistance and Disobedience to, Persons in Authority and
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e. Chapter Five. Public Disorders
f. Chapter Six. Evasion of Service of Sentence
g. Chapter Sever. Commission of Another Crime During Service of Penalty Imposed for Another
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IV. TITLE FOUR - CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC INTEREST...................................................................... 86
a. Chapter One. Forgeries

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b. Chapter Two. Other Falsities
c. Chapter Three. Frauds
V. TITLE FIVE CRIMES RELATIVE TO OPIUM AND OTHER PROHIBITED DRUGS........................ 98
VI. TITLE SIX CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC MORALS.......................................................................... 106
a. Chapter One. Gambling and Betting
b. Chapter Two. Offenses Against Decency and Good Customs
VII. TITLE SEVEN CRIMES COMMITTED BY PUBLIC OFFICERS .................................................... 110
a. Chapter One. Preliminary Provisions
b. Chapter Two. Malfeasance and Misfeasance in Office
c. Chapter Three. Frauds and Illegal Exactions and Transactions
d. Chapter Four. Malversation of Public Funds
e. Chapter Five. Infidelity of Public Officers
f. Chapter Six. Other Offenses or Irregularities by Public Officers
VIII.TITLE EIGHT CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS ................................................................................ 125
a. Chapter One. Destruction of Life
b. Chapter Two. Physical Injuries
c. Chapter Three. Rape
IX. TITLE NINE CRIMES AGAINST PERSONAL LIBERTY AND SECURITY..................................... 137
a. Chapter One. Crimes Against Liberty
b. Chapter Two. Crimes Against Security
c. Chapter Three. Discovery and Revelation of Secrets
X. TITLE TEN CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY.................................................................................. 142
a. Chapter One. Robbery in General
b. Chapter Two. Brigandage
c. Chapter Three. Theft
d. Chapter Four. Usurpation
e. Chapter Five. Culpable Insolvency
f. Chapter Six. Swindling and Other Deceits
g. Chapter Seven. Chattel Mortgage
h. Chapter Eight. Arson and Other Crimes Involving Destruction
i. Chapter Nine. Malicious Mischief
j. Chapter Ten. Exemption from Criminal Liability in Crimes Against Property
XI. TITLE ELEVEN CRIMES AGAINST CHASTITY............................................................................. 159
a. Chapter One. Adultery and Concubinage
b. Chapter Two. Rape and Acts of Lasciviousness
c. Chapter Three. Seduction, Corruption of Minors, and White Slavery Trade
d. Chapter Four. Abduction
e. Chapter Five. Provisions Relative to the Preceding Chapters of Title Eleven
XII. TITLE TWELVE CRIMES AGAINST THE CIVIL STATUS OF PERSONS..................................... 164
a. Chapter One. Simulation of Births and Usurpation of Civil Status
b. Chapter Two. Illegal Marriages
XIII.TITLE THIRTEEN CRIMES AGAINST HONOR ............................................................................. 166
a. Chapter On. Libel
b. Chapter Two. Incriminatory Machinations
XIV. TITLE FOURTEEN QUASI-OFFENSES........................................................................................ 170
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