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Audiobook Rules of Court 114 Bail Criminal Procedure, Remedial Law Review

RULE 114 Bail Section 1. Bail defined. Bail is the security given for the release of a person in custody of the law, furnished by him or a bondsman, to guarantee his appearance before any court as required under the conditions hereinafter specified. Bail may be given in the form of corporate surety, property bond, […]

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Rule 113 Arrest

Audiobook Rules of Court 113 Arrest, Criminal Procedure, Remedial Law Review THE REVISED RULES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURERULE 113 – ARREST Remedial Law Section 1. Definition of arrest. Arrest is the taking of a person into custody in order that he may be bound to answer for the commission of an offense. Section 2. Arrest; how […]

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Rules of Court 112 Preliminary Investigation

Audiobook Rules of Court 112 Preliminary Investigation, Criminal Procedure THE REVISED RULES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE(As amended, December 1, 2000) RULE 112PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION SECTION 1PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION DEFINED; WHEN REQUIRED Preliminary investigation is an inquiry or proceeding to determine whether there is sufficient ground to engender a well-founded belief that a crime has been committed and the […]

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Rules of Court 111 Prosecution of Civil Action

Audiobook Rules of Court 111 Prosecution of Civil ActionCriminal Procedure Review THE REVISED RULES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE(As amended, December 1, 2000) RULE 111 – PROSECUTION OF CIVIL ACTION Section 1. Institution of criminal and civil actions. (a) When a criminal action is instituted, the civil action for the recovery of civil liability arising from the […]

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Rules of Court 110 Prosecution of Offenses

Audiobook Rules of Court #110 Prosecution of OffensesCriminal Procedure Review THE REVISED RULES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE(As amended, December 1, 2000) RULE 110 – PROSECUTION OF OFFENSES Section 1. Institution of criminal actions. Criminal actions shall be instituted as follows: (a) For offenses where a preliminary investigation is required pursuant to section 1 of Rule 112, […]

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Chain of Custody Rule – RA 9165 Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002

The following links must be established in the chain of custody in a buy-bust situation: FIRST, the seizure and marking, if practicable, of the illegal drug recovered from the accused by the apprehending officer; SECOND, the turn over of the illegal drug seized by the apprehending officer to the investigating officer (within 24 hours); THIRD, […]

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Fruit of the Poisonous Tree Doctrine

The fruit of the Poisonous Tree doctrine provides that evidence obtained and confiscated on the occasion of such unreasonable searches and seizures are deemed tainted and should be excluded for being the proverbial fruit of a poisonous tree. In other words, evidence obtained from unreasonable searches and seizures shall be inadmissible in evidence for any purpose […]

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When Warrantless Arrest is Lawful

A Warrantless Arrest, also known as “citizen’s arrest,” is lawful under three circumstances: 1) In Flagrante Delicto – When, in the presence of the policeman, the person to be arrested has committed, is actually committing, or is attempting to commit an offense. 2) Hot Pursuit – When an offense has just been committed, and he has probable cause to believe, […]