Q and A in Criminal Law (Book1&2)

4 years 11 months ago #9485 by Regs
Hahahaha.. lol. I agree!

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4 years 8 months ago #9612 by goku-san
for i know po yes :) under PD 1612 you will be liable:)
as defined FENCING is the act of any person who, with intent to gain for himselfor for another, shall buy, receive...to have been derived from proceeds of the crime of robbery or theft.

BUT Philippines my dear country is not STRICTLY IMPLEMENTING the rules:(

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4 years 8 months ago #9613 by tiboy
i just want to add some clarification with the answer... it should not be the carnal knowledge that must be present with the anti fencing law ... it should be personal knowledge of the suspect considering the legal definition of carnal knowledge it says that from Latin carnalis for "fleshly:" sexual intercourse between a male and female in which there is at least some slight penetration of the woman's vagina by the man's penis. but in some other ways that was all correct... and no other concerns tnx...

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4 years 2 months ago #9955 by ivan
Well, the crime is impossible since all the acts of execution were executed by the perpetrator to commit the crime but did not accomplish due to the ineffective or inadequate means used, which is the blank bullet (accused should be unaware that his bullet is blank). However, you can only charged the person with impossible crime if there will be no crime can imposed against him.

Let us say, there is no intent to kill, the case may be grave threats or maybe illegal discharge of firearms.

That wasn't so hard

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4 years 1 month ago #9981 by ivan
Question:

A, a doctor, plans to kill B, his wife and put poisonous substance on the food of B. After eating her meal, B fell on the ground due to the effect of the poison. Seeing the condition of B, A felt sorry and gave B an antidote which save her life. What is the crime committed by A? explain...

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2 years 3 months ago - 2 years 3 months ago #10117 by Lawrence Manuel Ballena Jr.
QUESTION:
Edmund had a drinking spree with his male teacher. Because it was already late at night, the teacher asked to sleep over in Edmund's boarding house. At 2:00 AM, Edmund was awakened because his teacher was "eating" him alive. What is the crime committed by the teacher?

A. Sexual harassment
B. Child abuse
C. Acts of lasciviousness
D. Cannibalism
E. Rape

Pakielaborate din po sa answer.. thank you in advance..

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2 years 3 months ago - 2 years 3 months ago #10118 by Lawrence Manuel Ballena Jr.

ivan wrote: Question:

A, a doctor, plans to kill B, his wife and put poisonous substance on the food of B. After eating her meal, B fell on the ground due to the effect of the poison. Seeing the condition of B, A felt sorry and gave B an antidote which save her life. What is the crime committed by A? explain...


Frustrated murder for A and his wife sir.. Although the victim survived because of the antidote given by the doctor himself, all the acts of execution was already performed and the felony was already on its objective phase where spontaneous desistance for attempted stage can no longer negate criminal liability.. The introduction of antidote by the doctor can only be a mitigating circumstance.. I'm not 100 percent sure I am correct though..hehehe

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