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6 years 1 month ago - 6 years 1 month ago #9112 by Keith Richard Bertulano
PO1 Dalub Hasa arrest Taran Tado for Robbery snatching, and bring him to station. He detained Taran Tado more than 2 days without due process. What should be the case can file Taran Tado against PO1 Dalub Hasa?

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6 years 1 month ago #9113 by Elmo Tan
arbitrary detention??

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6 years 2 weeks ago - 6 years 2 weeks ago #9168 by Keith Richard Bertulano
:)

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6 years 5 days ago - 5 years 11 months ago #9221 by ARCHIE M. GALANO
no case

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5 years 11 months ago - 5 years 11 months ago #9286 by Keith Richard Bertulano
3 kinds of arbitrary detention:
a; arbitrary detention proper
b; delay in the delivery of detained person in proper custody (Prosecutor/Judge/Court)
c; delaying release

.....sa case po na yan...hindi po cia arbitrary detention proper....dahil ang arbitrary detention is detaining person "WITHOUT LEGAL GROUNDS"....sa case na to,,,may LEGAL GROUNDS ang pagkaka-aresto kay Taran Tado because of ROBBERY through snatching....possible na kaso na pwedeng isampa kay PO1 Dalub Hasa is "Delay in delivery of detained person in proper custody (Art. 125 )

Art 125 of RPC
Light Penalties - 12 hrs
Correctional Penalties - 18 hrs
Capital Penalties - 36 hrs
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5 years 1 week ago #9960 by ivan
The answer of Mr Berutulano is correct.

What if, PO1 dalubhasa arrested the suspect on saturday morning and no prosecutor is available till the office hours of monday morning. Does art 125 still applies?

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5 years 5 days ago #9962 by Jessaliz
thanks for giving such brilliant situation :)
keep doing .God Bless!

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4 years 11 months ago #9971 by kim
thanks..

Dinetained niya = Proper custody naman siguro yung ginawa

About sa comment sa taas pwede daw na kasuhan pa din si PO1
for "Delay in delivery of detained person in proper custody" ????

paki elaborate naman po newbiew e thanks :D

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4 years 11 months ago #9977 by ivan
Mind Twister .....

A, a police officer, while walking home saw B who is currently entering a window to regain entrance in a dwelling. at this point, A question B and found out that the said dwelling was not owned by B nor an occupant of the said house. If you are the police officer, what crime is committed if any. Explain...

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4 years 11 months ago #9978 by ivan
another situation for those who will take the board exams...

PO1 david was being mauled by some men when he tried to arrest an unknown person who snatched a bag from a woman. while at this juncture, Mr dave who passed by at the said place saw the incident and help PO1 dave from the angry bystander and attempted to calm the situation. However, Mr Dave, despite of his good intention, was also mauled by the said bystanders. If you are either PO1 david or Mr Dave, what crime will you charged??? explain

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4 years 3 months ago #10065 by Jr ERA
Direct Assault and Indirect assault

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4 years 3 months ago #10066 by Jr ERA
detained for 2 days, therefore, no case. Robbery is included in Grave felonies which is 36 hours.
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4 years 2 months ago #10072 by Janly H. Cuizon
indirect assault?

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