Civil Law Jurisprudence

Gender Classification

Where the person is biologically or naturally intersex the determining factor in his gender classification would be what the intersexed person, having reached the age of majority, with good reason thinks of his/her sex. Here, respondent thinks of himself as a male and considering that his body produces high levels of male hormones (androgen), there […]

Jurisprudence Criminal Law

Rebellion as Complex Crime

Rebellion Can Now Be Complexed with Common Crimes Rebellion can now be complexed with common crimes – killings, and/or destructions of property, even though committed by rebels in furtherance of rebellion, shall bring about complex crimes of rebellion with murder/homicide, or rebellion with robbery, or rebellion with arson. Not long ago, Enrile v. Salazar, 86 SCRA […]