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CASAN MACODE MAQUILING, petitioner, vs. G.R. COMMISSION ON 05% No.

ELECTIONS, 195649 ROMMEL ARNADO y CAGOCO, LINOG G. BALUA, respondents. GEORGE BONGALON, G.R. petitioner, vs. No. PEOPLE OF THE 169533 PHILIPPINES, respondent. MARIE CALLOCLARIDAD, petitioner, vs. G.R. PHILIP RONALD No. P. ESTEBAN and 191567 TEODORA ALYN ESTEBAN, respondents. WINEFRIDA MANZO, petitioner, vs. COURT OF G.R. APPEALS AND No. PHILIPPINE 179175 COMPUTER SOLUTIONS, INC., respondents. PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, plaintiff-appellee, vs. LINDA ALVIZ y G.R. YATCO and No. ELIZABETH DE LA 177158 VEGA y BAUTISTA, accusedappellants.

| candidates. We have ruled in the 2013 recent cases of Aratea v. COMELEC 54 -04- | | presented a plausible and believable explanation justifying the 16 updat use of his US | | Commissioner Rene e V. Sarmiento, citing thecases of Torayno, Sr. v. COMELEC | ... | claims were really constitutive of justifying and mitigating 2013 circumstances | | absence of any -03- aggravating circumstancethat offset 20 the mitigatingcircumstance | | updat damages are granted in e criminal casesresulting in physical injuries. 25 | ... | cause, although it requires less than evidence justifying a conviction, 2013 demands | | thus be used to prove -03- thecircumstance that it was 20 respondent Philip who drove | | may updat be received in evidence. Likewise, e the circumstancethat the victim sent | ... | application of the rules without any explanationjustifying the admission | | 12 Except only when there is a special circumstance that may warrant a liberal | | manifest in the petition. From the foregoing cases, the Court finds no reason | ...

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| claims that none of the circumstances justifying an arrest 2013 without a warrant | | leave the area. -02- This vitalcircumstance renders 06 unbelievable the defense | | updat possession of the same. (Citations e omitted.) In severalcases, the Court found | ... | greater evil or injury,

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PEOPLE OF THE ajustifying circumstanceunder PHILIPPINES, paragraph 4, Article 11 | | imaginary G.R. plaintiff-appellee, than real. 2012No. vs. ARTURO Thejustifying circumstance of 12-10 199892 PUNZALAN, JR., Avoidance of Greater Evil | | accusedqualifying circumstance of treachery appellant. and the generic

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G.R. IN THE MATTER | 1 in the three (3) writ of 2012No. OF THE PETITION amparo cases, as well as, the Order 11-13 189689 FOR THE dated September | | authorities. In

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ISSUANCE OF A WRIT OF AMPARO IN FAVOR OF LILIBETH O. LADAGA:

both of thesecases, the incidents of abduction and torture | | present petitions do not involve actual cases of abduction or disappearance | ... | consider self-defense as
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PEOPLE OF THE ajustifying circumstance, appellant PHILIPPINES, has to prove | | convincing evidence G.R. plaintiff-appellee, 2012- thejustifying circumstance that No. vs. MARCIAL 11-12 would avoid his criminal | | ordinary or 184601 MALICDEM y qualifying nature of an MOLINA, accusedaggravating circumstance is a appellant.

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KEPPEL CEBU | cases be set for oral arguments. SHIPYARD, INC., KCSI also prayed that these cases be petitioner, vs. referred | | cognizance of the PIONEER 2012foregoingcases, considering that INSURANCE AND 09-18 thesecases were already | | perpetua; SURETY (c)cases raising novel questions of CORPORATION, law; (d)cases affecting | ... respondent.

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BAGONG KAPISANAN SA PUNTA TENEMENT, INC., represented by ENRICO V. ESPAO, petitioner, vs. AZER E. DOLOT, LUDIVINA F. | finds none in this case. In MANLANGIT, administrative cases, only substantial RODRIGO T. G.R. evidence | | however, the Court finds JACLA, PEDRO B. 2012No. no mitigating circumstance at all. ESCOBER, 09-05 179054 Thus, the Court | | infractions of such WENCESLAO C. a grave naturejustifying sanctions of ASIS, EDUARDO commensurate degree | ... E. ENRADO, SILVERIO S. TAADA, PAZ ANA M. ARIOLA, ANTONIO BENZON, JULIE GARCERA, IMELDA GIGANAN, CELESTE TO EMILIO A. GONZALES III, petitioner, vs. G.R. OFFICE OF THE No. PRESIDENT OF 196231 THE , PHILIPPINES, 196232 acting through and represented by EXECUTIVE

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| cTCaEA The facts from which these two cases separately took root are neither | | Philippine Constitutional 2012- Law Principles and Cases, 855 (2004). 09-04 30.Bernas, S.J | | Philippine Constitutional Law Principles and Cases, 857 (2004), citing Del. R.D | ...

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SECRETARY PAQUITO N. OCHOA, JR., SENIOR DEPUTY EXECUTIVE SECRETARY JOSE AMOR M. AMORANDO, Officer in Charge, Office of the Deputy Executive Secretary for Legal Affairs, ATTY EFREN L. ALVAREZ, G.R. petitioner, vs. No. PEOPLE OF THE 192591 PHILIPPINES, respondent.

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| resolution authorizing him to file cases against API with the objective | | MOA for the project all 2012- of which had mitigating, if 07-30 not justifying, factors | | take on their own property, and in cases involving public officials it takes | ...

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MAJOR GENERAL CARLOS F. GARCIA, AFP (RET.), petitioner, vs. THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, representing the OFFICE OF THE | executed. That courtPRESIDENT; THE martialcases are criminal cases within SECRETARY OF G.R. the meaning | | prisoners, except in NATIONAL 2012No. the following cases: 1. When they are DEFENSE 07-30 198554 recidivists | | right to a speedy VOLTAIRE T. disposition of their cases before all GAZMIN; THE judicial, quasi | ... CHIEF OF STAFF, ARMED FORCES OF THE PHILIPPINES, GEN. EDUARDO SL. OBAN, JR., and LT. GEN. GAUDENCIO S. PANGILINAN, A SALVADOR YAPYUCO y | hence, could take shelter in G.R. ENRIQUEZ, the justifying circumstanceprovided Nos. petitioner, vs. in Article 11 | |circumstance of 120744 HONORABLE 2012- voluntary surrender, without any -46, SANDIGANBAYAN 06-25 aggravating circumstance | | 122677 and THE PEOPLE Petitioners in these cases are entitled , OF THE to the ordinary 122776 PHILIPPINES, mitigating circumstance | ... respondents. G.R. No. ARCHBISHOP FERNANDO R. 2012- | cases. We are not satisfied that the 06-13 present suit is one of such cases |

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CAPALLA, OMAR SOLITARIO ALI and MARY ANNE L. SUSANO, petitioners, vs. THE HONORABLE COMMISSION ON ELECTIONS, respondent.

| cases, as provided for by law. 40 In these highly exceptional cases, the law | | resorted to only in the highly exceptional casesprovide for in this Rule | ...

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In Re: Production of Court Records and Documents and the Attendance of | unless the cases involve bar matters, Court officials and administrative casesand employees as criminal cases | | cases of (a) bar witnesses under 2012- matters; (b) administrative cases; and NOTICE the subpoenas of 02-14 (c) criminal cases | | matter of the February 10, 2012 availability of and the various the justifyingcircumstance of letters for the "obedience | ... Impeachment Prosecution Panel dated January 19 and 25, 2012. CELSO M. MANUEL, EVANGELISTA A. MERU, FLORANTE A. MIANO, and PEOPLE OF THE | presenting Mallare at the witness G.R. PHILIPPINES, stand. Suchcircumstance justified reNo. petitioners, vs. opening | | period to reclusion 2012158413 HON. perpetua. In all cases, persons guilty 02-08 , SANDIGANBAYAN of malversation | | accused is hardly 161133 (FOURTH necessary in malversation cases. 28 DIVISION), Clearly, the subject | ... MELCHOR M. MALLARE and ELIZABETH GOSUDAN, respondents. BANK OF LUBAO, | 9;Security of Tenure. Incases of INC., petitioner, regular employment, the employer | | vs. ROMMEL J. G.R. parties had been already strained MANABAT and the 2012No. therebyjustifying the grant of NATIONAL LABOR 02-01 188722 separation | | petitioner failed to assert RELATIONS any circumstancewhich would impel COMMISSION, this Court | ... respondents. G.R. No. 151258 , 154954 , 155101 , ARTEMIO VILLAREAL, petitioner, vs. PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, respondent.

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| 5 Within a year of his death, six more cases of hazing-related deaths emerged | | required in mala in 2012se cases, considering the contextual 02-01 background | | Anti-Hazing Law to subsequent cases. Furthermore, the modification of criminal | ...

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178080 PEOPLE OF THE | invoke self-defense as PHILIPPINES, ajustifying circumstance. The plaintiff-appellee, accused prays | |CIRCUMSTANCE OF G.R. vs. ALFONSO 2012- INCOMPLETE SELF-DEFENSE AND THE No. FONTANILLA y 01-25 MITIGATINGCIRCUMSTANCE | | 177743 OBALDO, convincing evidence accusedthejustifying circumstance that appellant. would avoid his criminal | ... PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, plaintiff-appellee, vs. MELANIO DEL CASTILLO y VARGAS, HERMOGENES | primordial element of DEL CASTILLO y thejustifying circumstance of selfVARGAS, ARNOLD defense. Without | | incumbent upon G.R. AVENGOZA y 2012- him to prove No. DOGOS, FELIX 01-18 the justifying circumstanceto the 169084 AVENGOZA y satisfaction | | least one DOGOS, RICO aggravating circumstance and there DEL CASTILLO y was no mitigatingcircumstance | ... RAMOS, and JOVEN DEL CASTILLO y ABESOLA, accusedappellants. PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, | defending himself. 39 In appellee, vs. thejustifying circumstance of selfFLORENCIO defense, unlawful | | nbsp;Florencio G.R. AGACER, EDDIE also invokes 2011No. AGACER, ELYNOR thejustifying circumstance of 12-14 177751 AGACER, defense of relatives | | Florencio's FRANKLIN reliance on AGACER and ERIC thisjustifying circumstance is * AGACER, likewise unavailing | ... appellants. PEOPLE OF THE G.R. PHILIPPINES, 2011No. appellee, vs. LINO 12-07 190861 L. DUAVIS, appellant. BERSAMIN, J :

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PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, G.R. appellee, vs. No. EDGAR 181204 CONCILLADO, appellant. G.R. HACIENDA

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| cases are elevated to this Court, this Court transferred the cases to the CA | | EXCULPATORY WEIGHT TO THE JUSTIFYINGCIRCUMSTANCE OF SELF-DEFENSE INTERPOSED | | CA erred in not appreciating thejustifying circumstance of selfdefense | ... | commission of the crime but claims the justifyingcircumstance of selfdefense | | offense charged but raises ajustifying circumstance as a defense, the burden | | theory of selfdefense. For thejustifying circumstance of selfdefense | ... | reform cases. Without any

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No. LUISITA, 11-22 171101 INCORPORATED, petitioner, LUISITA INDUSTRIAL PARK CORPORATION and RIZAL COMMERCIAL BANKING CORPORATION, petitioners-inintervention, vs. PRESIDENTIAL AGRARIAN REFORM COUNCIL; SECRETARY NASSER PANGANDAMAN OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRARIAN REFORM; ALYANSA NG MGA MANGGAGAWANG BUKID NG HACI CESAR S. DUMDUMA, G.R. petitioner, vs. No. CIVIL SERVICE 182606 COMMISSION, respondent.

exceptional reason orcircumstance obtaining | | choice of the area for retention. In all cases, the security of tenure | | courts in resolving a case, it will decidecases, otherwise moot and academic | ...

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| cases, length of service operates as a mitigatingcircumstance favoring | | bad precedent in highlighting 2011disciplinary cases as warnings to 10-04 public | | adhered to these rulings in the cases that followed; see note 3. 24.Civil | ...

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PHILIPPINE CHARTER INSURANCE CORPORATION, petitioner, vs. EXPLORER MARITIME CO., | docket number to the simultaneously LTD., OWNER OF filed cases. According to PCIC, it G.R. THE VESSEL M/V believed | | contrary to its claim that 2011No. "EXPLORER", the two cases were docketed with the 09-07 175409 WALLEM PHILS. same number | | filing of the Motion to SHIPPING, INC., Disclose. Such acircumstance could ASIAN have only occurred | ... TERMINALS, INC. AND FOREMOST INTERNATIONAL PORT SERVICES, INC., respondents. AGAPITO ROM, G.R. PASTORA P. No. ROSEL, 169331 VALENTINO R. ANILA, JUANITO

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| COMPANY, INC., respondent.DECISIONDEL CASTILLO, J 2011p: Justifyingtheir resort | | 09-05 Department of Agrarian Reform clearance incases of land use

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P. ROSEL, VIRGILIO R. CASAL, LUIS H. BAUTISTA, CRESENCIANO M. ARGENTE, ANA M. ARGENTE, GIL B. CUENO, ENGRACIO B. BELTRAN, ANGELITO B. AURE, ESTEBAN C. BENDO, MARIA ALBAO, GILBERT H. DEL MUNDO, EUFRONIO H. DEL MUNDO, PASTOR H. DEL MUNDO, ANTON

conversion | | SECTION 3. Agrarian Law Implementation Cases. The Adjudicator or the Board | ...

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NILDA VERGINESASUAREZ, | Del Rosario cases because the A.M. complainant, vs. decisions dismissing the petitions in No. JUDGE RENATO J. said cases | | six months the RTJ-062011DILAG and 93 cases already beyond, as well as 2014, 08-16 COURT the 33cases still within | | Cases, List RTJ-11STENOGRAPHER of Cases Submitted for Decision, List 2293 III CONCEPCION of New CriminalCases Filed | ... A. PASCUA, respondents.

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RUPERTO A. incomplete justifyingcircumstance of AMBIL, JR., G.R. obedience | | ACCORDED FULL petitioner, vs. No. CREDIT FOR SANDIGANBAYAN 2011.30% 175457 THE JUSTIFYINGCIRCUMSTANCE UND and PEOPLE OF 07-06 , ER PARAGRAPH 6, ARTICLE | | THE 175482 Whether he is entitled to PHILIPPINES, thejustifying circumstance of respondent.

| Sr., the court appreciated the

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obedience to an order | ... | offense charged but raises PEOPLE OF THE ajustifying circumstance as a defense, PHILIPPINES, the burden | | essential elements of G.R. appellee, vs. 0.18 2011- thejustifying circumstance of selfNo. BINGKY CAMPOS % 07-04 defense | | discloses a guilty 176061 and DANNY "BOY" conscience. ACABO, Thejustifying circumstance of selfappellants. defense may | ...

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WILSON P. GAMBOA, | cases may be filed originally in the petitioner, vs. Supreme Court: Sec. 1.Original cases | FINANCE | LAW (Principles and Cases), 2004 G.R. SECRETARY 2011- Ed., Vol. 2, p. 940. 6.DE LEON, No. MARGARITO B. 06-28 HECTOR S., PHILIPPINE 176579 TEVES, FINANCE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (Principles UNDERSECRETAR and Cases), 2004 Ed., Vol. 2, p. 946 | Y JOHN P. ... SEVILLA, AND COMMISSIONER

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RICARDO ABCEDE OF THE PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION ON GOOD GOVERNMENT (PCGG) IN THEIR CAPACITIES AS CHAIR AND MEMBERS, RESPECTIVELY, OF THE PRIVATIZATION COUNCIL, CHAIRMAN ANTHO PEOPLE OF THE but modified the penalties imposed | | PHILIPPINES, G.R. days of prision mayor. In plaintiff-appellee, 2011No. CriminalCases No. 19694-R, Ferrer was vs. DOLORES 06-01 173198 defrauded | | 8 years). There likewise OCDEN, accusedbeing no aggravating circumstance in appellant. SANTIAGO PAERA, petitioner, G.R. vs. PEOPLE OF 2011No. THE 05-30 181626 PHILIPPINES, respondent. RODOLFO LUNA, petitioner, vs. G.R. ALLADO 2011No. CONSTRUCTION 05-30 175251 CO., INC., and/or RAMON ALLADO, respondent.

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this case, we add | ... | lawful performance of duty,justifying circumstances under paragraphs 3 and 5 | | bodily harm. ASHEcaLastly, the justifying circumstanceof fulfillment | | amended, in all the aboveentitled cases, and the Court hereby sentences | ... | may not be awarded incases of voluntary resignation. Expectedly, petitioner | | blank project employment contracts. From that circumstance, the NLRC inferred | | financial assistance to petitioner. In some caseswhere there is neither | ...

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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES, petitioner, vs. SANDIGANBAYAN (FIRST DIVISION), EDUARDO M. G.R. | shares since then. These COJUANGCO, JR., No. consolidated cases were initiated on AGRICULTURAL 166859 various dates | | unexplained wealth is CONSULTANCY 2011, restricted only to cases for the SERVICES, INC., 04-12 169203 recovery of ill-gotten | | uphold his ARCHIPELAGO , authority to investigate cases for the REALTY CORP., 180702 forfeiture or recovery | ... BALETE RANCH, INC., BLACK STALLION RANCH, INC., CHRISTENSEN PLANTATION COMPANY,

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DISCOVERY REALTY CORP., DREAM PASTURES, INC., ECHO PEOPLE OF THE | RTC further held that PHILIPPINES, thejustifying circumstance of G.R. plaintiff-appellee, incomplete self-defense | | 2011No. vs. ALLAN qualifying circumstance of treachery 03-09 189981 GABRINO, but not the aggravating circumstance | accused|circumstance. Incomplete self-defense appellant. cannot be made as a justifying | ... MA. MERCEDITAS N. GUTIERREZ, petitioner, vs. THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE S COMMITTEE ON JUSTICE, RISA HONTIVEROSBARAQUEL, DANILO D. LIM, | cases of impeachment, not the FELIPE PESTAO, ultimate power to hear and decide EVELYN G.R. such cases | | Rules of Procedure for PESTAO, 2011No. Impeachment cases; (b) the perceived RENATO M. 02-15 193459 partiality | | exclusive power to initiate REYES, JR., allcases of impeachment." 25.Supra SECRETARY note 9 at 940 | ... GENERAL OF BAGONG ALYANSANG MAKABAYAN (BAYAN); MOTHER MARY JOHN MANANZAN, COCHAIRPERSON OF PAGBAB PEOPLE OF THE | killed the victim, but raised PHILIPPINES, the justifying circumstanceof selfplaintiff-appellee, defense | | de Jesus, he raises G.R. vs. HEMIANO DE 2011- the justifyingcircumstance of selfNo. JESUS and 01-26 defense. He related | | well as the 186528 RODELO other elements of MORALES, thejustifying circumstance of selfaccuseddefense | ... appellants. PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, appellee, vs. G.R. RODOLFO No. CAPITLE and 175330 ARTURO NAGARES, appellants. G.R. No. PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, VELASCO, JR., J :

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| conviction if: (a) There is more than onecircumstance; (b) The facts | | evidence justifyingCapitle's conviction. 2011There is more than one circumstance| 01-12 | jurisprudence. 25 Since the qualifying circumstanceof treachery was proved | ...
2010- | accused as required under the Rules 11-17 in cases of capital offenses. Let | |

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192818 plaintiff-appellee, vs. PRINCE FRANCISCO y ZAFE, accusedappellant.

Crim. Case No. 3034. These two caseswere upon arraignment by the accused | | led to the filing of these two cases, were you investigated by the police? | ...
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LENIDO LUMANOG and AUGUSTO SANTOS, petitioners, vs. PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, respondent. | G.R. CESAR FORTUNA, | Cases) 124 which provides under No. petitioner, vs. Rule 124 (c): IaAScD (c) In cases | 182555 PEOPLE OF THE |circumstance of treachery and there 2010, PHILIPPINES, being no mitigatingcircumstance | | 09-07 185123 respondent. | innocence.VII. ConclusionIn reviewing , PEOPLE OF THE criminal cases, the Court must 187745 PHILIPPINES, carefully | ... plaintiff-appellee, vs. SPO2 CESAR FORTUNA y ABUDO, RAMESES DE JESUS y CALMA, LENIDO LUMANOG y LUISTRO, JOEL SUSAN ESQUILLO modifying circumstance to either Y ROMINES, aggravate or mitigate | | jurisdiction G.R. petitioner, vs. 2010- has been illustrated in two cases. In No. PEOPLE OF THE 08-25 Manalili v. Court of Appeals | | latter 182010 PHILIPPINES, holding by reference to respondent. our cases under the "plain-view" LAND BANK OF THE G.R. PHILIPPINES, No. petitioner, vs. 154622 RAMON P. JACINTO, respondent. G.R. No. 170375 , 170505 , 173355 -56, 173401 , 1735664, 178779 ,

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doctrine. See | ... | debts constitutes as ajustifying circumstancewhich prevents criminal | | 133, CONSTITUTES AS 2010- AJUSTIFYINGCIRCUMSTANCE THAT 08-03 PREVENTS CRIMINAL LIABILITY | | Insolvency constitutes as a justifyingcircumstance that prevents criminal | ...

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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES, petitioner, vs. HON. | cases LANDTRADE, Teofilo, and/or MAMINDIARA P. Atty. Cabildo cannot rely on MANGOTARA, in the cases | | last. The Agapay and his capacity as 2010- Yaptinchaycases, as well as Presiding Judge of 07-07 the cases of Litam v. Rivera | | xxx(c) the Regional Trial Appeal by certiorari. In Court, Branch 1, allcases where only questions of law | Iligan City, Lanao ... del Norte, and MARIA CRISTINA FERTILIZER

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178894 CORPORATION, and the PHILIPPINE NATIONAL BANK, respondents. | LAND TRADE REALTY CORPORATION, PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, plaintiff-appellee, | incumbent upon him to prove vs. FILOMENO the justifyingcircumstance to the MAYINGQUE, satisfaction | | ordinary or qualifying G.R. GREGORIO 2010- nature of an No. MAYINGQUE, and 07-06 aggravating circumstance is a 179709 TORIBIO distinction | | aspect of the case, an MAYINGQUE y aggravatingcircumstance, whether SANICO, ordinary or qualifying | ... defendantsappellants. MANILA ELECTRIC | penalty for all Violation of COMPANY Contract cases apprehended effective (MERALCO), G.R. January 17 | | damages is predicated petitioner, vs. 2010No. on any of the cases stated in Article SPS. EDITO and 07-05 160422 2219 of the Civil | | P100,000.00 FELICIDAD CHUA, appropriate incases where MERALCO and JOSEFINA wrongfully disconnected electric | ... PAQUEO, respondents. PEOPLE OF THE GRAVELY ERRED IN NOT PHILIPPINES, APPRECIATING G.R. appellee, vs. THEJUSTIFYINGCIRCUMSTANCE OF 2010No. RYAN SELF-DEFENSE IN FAVOR OF THE 06-16 188331 LALONGISIP y ACCUSED-APPELLANT.III.THE TRIAL DELOS ANGELES, COURT | | P75,000.00 . . . Also, in appellant. rape cases, moral damages are PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, G.R. appellee, vs. No. BENANCIO 188104 MORTERA y BELARMINO, appellant. G.R. No. 191002 , 191032 , 191057 , 10-25-SC, 191149 ARTURO M. DE CASTRO, petitioner, vs. JUDICIAL AND BAR COUNCIL (JBC) and PRESIDENT GLORIA MACAPAGALARROYO, BERSAMIN, J :

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awarded without | ... | ii) there was no appreciation of the justifyingcircumstance of self defense | | far from reality. In a 2010- myriad of cases, it has been ruled that 04-23 the location | | Court cannot appreciate the mitigating circumstance of incomplete self-defense | ... | idea of an Acting Chief Justice in allcases. Lim1.There is no justiciable | | 2.G.R. No. 191002 and 2010companioncases, promulgated on 04-20 March 17, 2010 | | cited in the decision in the above-captioned cases; see also: PBA's motion | ...

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respondents. | JAIME N. SORIANO, petitioner, vs. JUDICIAL AND BAR COUNCIL (JBC), respondent. | PHILIPPINE CONSTITUTION ASSOCIATION (PHILCONSA), petitioner, vs. JUDICIAL AND BAR COUNCIL (JBC), re PEREZ, J :

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JOSELITO R. | cases, including pre-proclamation MENDOZA, controversies. All such petitioner, vs. G.R. election cases shall | |cases, including COMMISSION ON 2010No. pre-proclamation controversies. All ELECTIONS AND 03-25 191084 such election cases shall | |cases. But ROBERTO M. is there a significant difference PAGDANGANAN, between these two kinds of cases | ... respondents. JOSE ANTONIO LEVISTE, petitioner, vs. G.R. THE COURT OF No. APPEALS and 189122 PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, respondents. ARTURO M. DE CASTRO, petitioner, vs. JUDICIAL AND BAR COUNCIL (JBC) and PRESIDENT GLORIA MACAPAGALARROYO, respondents. | JAIME N. SORIANO, petitioner, vs. JUDICIAL AND BAR COUNCIL (JBC), respondent. | PHILIPPINE CONSTITUTION ASSOCIATION (PHILCONSA), petitioner, vs. JUDICIAL AND BAR COUNCIL (JBC), re

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| bail, considering that none of the conditions justifyingdenial of bail | | committed the crime aggravated by 2010thecircumstance of reiteration. He has 03-17 also | | application for bail pending appeal in cases"wherein a penalty of imprisonment | ...

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| legal standing to file caseson constitutional issues in several cases. 60 | | cases of Buckley v. Valeo 28 and 2010Regional Rail Reorganization 03-17 Act Cases 29 | | related to A.C. cases are the Bar Matter (B.M.) cases particularly involving | ...

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LADISLAO ESPINOSA, G.R. petitioner, vs. No. PEOPLE OF THE 181071 PHILIPPINES, respondent.

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PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, plaintiff-appellee, G.R. vs. ALBERTO 2010No. TABARNERO and 02-24 168169 GARY TABARNERO, accusedappellants.

| defense as a justifyingcircumstance are found in the first paragraph of Article 11 of the Revised Penal Code, to wit: Article 11. Justifyingcircumstances | | exempt from criminal liability in the several cases mentioned in Articles 11 | ... | JUSTIFYINGCIRCUMSTANCE OF SELF-DEFENSE AND THE MITIGATINGCIRCUMSTANCE | | QUALIFYINGCIRCUMSTANCE OF TREACHERY 35 aTEACS Thejustifying circumstance | | aggression. 36 The defense invokes the said justifyingcircumstance, claiming | ...

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INTESTATE ESTATE OF MANOLITA GONZALES VDA. | principle applies to DE thejustifying circumstance of defense CARUNGCONG, of one's relatives | | responsibility of G.R. represented by 2010- the offender in cases of theft, No. MEDIATRIX 02-11 swindling and malicious | | pp. 42181409 CARUNGCONG, as 43.16.An absolutory cause is Administratrix, acircumstance which is present prior | petitioner, vs. ... PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES and WILLIAM SATO, respondents. PEOPLE OF THE instant cases. With respect to BBB's G.R. PHILIPPINES, accusation | | accused who resorts to 2010No. appellee, vs. JOEL this particular circumstance as one 01-26 177138 GUILLERMO, with greater | | death, the presence of appellant. suchcircumstance justifies the award

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