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G.R. No. 217722 - Lawphi

  1. The crime of robbery is found under Chapter One, Title Ten [Crimes Against Property] of the RPC. Chapter One is composed of two sections, to wit: Section One - Robbery with violence against or intimidation of persons; and Section Two - Robbery by the use of force upon things. Robbery in general is defined under Article 293 of the RPC as follows
  2. Robbery by use of force upon things is provided under Articles 299 to 305 of the RPC. The main issue is whether the snatching of the shoulder bag in this case is robbery or theft. Did Concepcion employ violence or intimidation upon persons, or force upon things, when he snatched Acampado's shoulder bag? In People v
  3. The elements of robbery are thus: 1) there is a taking of personal property; 2) the personal property belongs to another; 3) the taking is with animus lucrandi; and 4) the taking is with violence against or intimidation of persons or with force upon things
  4. e. Highway Robbery/Brigandage. The seizure of any person for ransom, extortion or other unlawful purposes, or the taking away of the property of another by means of violence against or intimidation of person or force upon things of other unlawful means, committed by any person on any Philippine Highway. Section 3. Penalties
  5. The crime of robbery is found under Chapter One, Title Ten [Crimes Against Property] of the RPC. Chapter One is composed of two sections, to wit: Section One - Robbery with violence against or intimidation of persons; and Section Two - Robbery by the use of force upon things. Robbery in general is defined under Article 293 of the RPC as.
  6. The only difference is in robbery there is force upon things or violence or intimidation against persons in taking of personal properties. In the crime of theft the taking of the personal property with intent to gain is without violence against or intimidation of persons nor force upon things and the taking shall be without the consent of the.

ARTICLE 293. Who are Guilty of Robbery. — Any person who, with intent to gain, shall take any personal property belonging to another, by means of violence against or intimidation of any person, or using force upon anything, shall be guilty of robbery. Accordingly, the following elements must be established to sustain a conviction for robbery We agree with the proposition that robbery with violence or intimidation against the person is evidently graver than ordinary robbery committed by force upon things, but, precisely, for this reason, We cannot accept the conclusion deduced therefrom in the cases above cited - reduction of the penalty for the latter offense owing to the. This article covers the second kind of robbery with force upon things. Uninhabited place under this article is an uninhabited building w/c is not a dwelling house, public building, or edifice for worship. Ex. warehouse, freight car, store. Robbery under this article is committed in the same manner as in Art. 299 (Robbery in inhabited house. — Robbery by the use of force upon things. Art. 299. Robbery in an inhabited house or public building or edifice devoted to worship. — Any armed person who shall commit robbery in an inhabited house or public building or edifice devoted to religious worship, shall be punished by reclusion temporal, if the value of the property taken shall. Robbery In General. I. Concept: the taking, with intent to gain, of personal property belonging to another, by means of violence against or intimidation of persons, or by using force upon things. A. The two major classifications are based on the manner by which the robbery was committed

Crime of Robbery with Homicide The RPC defines and penalizes the crime of robbery as follows: Article 293. Who are guilty of robbery. - Any person who, with intent to gain, shall take any personal property belonging to another, by means of violence or intimidation of any person, or using force upon anything shall be guilty of robbery. Article 295 By definition in the RPC, robbery can be committed in three ways, by using: (a) violence against any person; (b) intimidation of any person; and/or (c) force upon anything. Robbery by use of force upon things is provided under Articles 299 to 305 of the RPC. The main issue is whether the snatching of the shoulder bag in this case is robbery or.

*Per Special Order No. 879 dated August 13, 2010 in lieu of Associate Justice Arturo D. Brion. [1] Later referred to during the trial as Conrada Salces. [2] docketed as Criminal Case No. Q-98-74865, the accusatory portion of which reads: That on or about the 31 st day of December, 1997 in Quezon City, Philippines, the said accused household helpers of one Jose Chan y Tan at his residence. ELEMENTS of robbery with force upon things under subdivision (a): 1. That the offender entered (a) an inhabited house, or (b) public building, or (c) edifice devoted to religious worship; 2. That the entrance was effected by any of the following means: a. Through an opening not intended for entrance or egress, b

The essential elements of theft are: (1) taking of personal property; (2) the property taken belongs to another; (3) the taking was done without the owner's consent; (4) there was intent to gain; and (5) the taking was done without violence against or intimidation of the person or force upon things 2. BUT when robbery is under Art 294 par 4 & 5 the penalty is lower than in Art 299 so the complex crime should be imputed for the higher penalty to be imposed without sacrificing the principle that robbery w/ violence against persons is more severe than that w/ force upon things PEOPLEV. MILLIAN (2000

republic acts > republic act nos. 10901 - 11000 > republic act no. 10951, august 29, 2017 - an act adjusting the amount or the value of property and damage on which a penalty is based, and the fines imposed under the revised penal code, amending for the purpose act no. 3815, otherwise known as the revised penal code, as amended If the purpose is shown, it may be absorbed in the crime as in robbery with force upon things, the trespass yielding to the more serious crime. Implied prohibition is present considering the following situation. Ex. Felony was committed late at night and everyone's asleep or entrance was made through the window R.A. No. 6539, or the Anti-Carnapping Act of 1972, as amended, defines carnapping as the taking, with intent to gain, of a motor vehicle belonging to another without the latter's consent, or by means of violence against or intimidation against persons, or by using force upon things⁠1.By the amendment in Section 20 of R.A. No. 7659, Section 14 of the Anti-Carnapping Act now reads

G.R. No. 200922 - Lawphi

Robbery with Homicide. A. This is committed When by reason or on the occasion of robbery, the crime of homicide shall have been committed. This phrase requires that there is a causal connection between the robbery and the death, had it not been for the robbery, there would have been no death qualified theft, estafa, robbery with force upon things, malicious mischief, malversation, and such other crimes, the penalty of which is dependent upon the value of the object in consideration thereof, have been reduced, as in the case at hand, taking into consideration the presence of R Supra note Unlawful taking, or apoderamiento, is the taking of the motor vehicle without the consent of the owner, or by means of violence against or intimidation of persons, or by using force upon things; it is deemed complete from the moment the offender gains possession of the thing, even if he has no opportunity to dispose of the same. [41] In Roque v Before the Court is an ordinary appeal [1] filed by accused-appellant Jennie Manlao y Laquila (Jennie) assailing the Decision [2] dated May 11, 2017 of the Court of Appeals (CA) in CA-G.R. CR-H.C. No. 06882, which affirmed the Decision [3] dated June 19, 2014 of the Regional Trial Court of Quezon City, Branch 85 (RTC) in Crim. Case No. Q-11-171127 convicting her of Qualified Theft, defined and. Piracy cannot co-exist with the crime of robbery. Robbery, therefore, cannot be committed on board a vessel. But if the taking is without violence or intimidation on persons of force upon things, the crime of piracy cannot be committed, but only theft. PIRACY is is a crime against humanity (hostes humanes generis)

G.R. No. 179462 - Lawphi

Highway Robbery (PD 532) O: any person. V: another person. A: a. Seizing of any person for ransom or extortion OR robbery with force upon things or violence and intimidation of persons. b. done in any Philippine highway Fencing (PD1612) Art. 304. Possession of picklocks or similar tools. Art. 305. False keys f. Usurpation; Art. 312 If the purpose is shown, it may be absorbed in the crime as in robbery with force upon things, the trespass yielding to the more serious crime. But if the purpose is not shown and while inside the dwelling he was found by the occupants, one of whom was injured by him, the crime committed will be trespass to dwelling and frustrated homicide.

P.D. No. 532 - Lawphi

G.R. No. 217722, September 26, 2018 - JOMAR ABLAZA Y ..

G.R. No. 138954 - ASUNCION GALANG ROQUE v. PEOPLE OF THE ..

Section 12 of Article III of the 1987 Constitution says: Any person under investigation for the commission of an offense shall have the right to be informed of his right to remain silent and to have competent and independent counsel preferably of his own choice. If the person cannot afford the services of counsel, he must be provided with one. These rights cannot be waived except in writing. A. Concept: The unjustified killing of a human being which does not constitute murder, parricide, or infanticide The accused will be convicted of Homicide in the following instances: 1. When in the commission thereof, there is absent any of the qualifying circumstances of murder or. 2. None of the qualifying circumstance has been alleged in the.

G.R. No. 175842, March 18, 2015 - NILO MACAYAN, JR. Y ..

2. When upon being summoned for the execution of their sentence they have failed to surrender voluntarily; 3. When they have been convicted of robbery, theft, estafa, malversation of public funds, falsification, vagrancy, or prostitution. SECTION TWO. Effects of the Penalties According to Their Respective Nature. ARTICLE 30 Synonyms for force upon include impose, finagle, foist, palm off, pass off, inflict upon, thrust upon, fob off, compel to accept and lumber someone with. Find more similar words at wordhippo.com — Robbery by the use of force upon things Art. 299. Robbery in an inhabited house or public building or edifice devoted to worship. — Any armed person who shall commit robbery in an inhabited house or public building or edifice devoted to religious worship, shall be punished by reclusion temporal, if the value of the property taken shall. Carnapping is defined and penalized under Section 2 of R.A. No. 6539, or the Anti-Carnapping Act of 1972, as amended, as the taking, with intent to gain, of a motor vehicle belonging to another without the latter's consent, or by means of violence against or intimidation of persons, or by using force upon things

G.R. No. 197562, April 20, 2015 - AURORA ENGSON FRANSDILLA ..

Breaking padlock is use of force upon things Use of fictitious name or from LAW 1 at Mindanao State University - Iligan Institute of Technolog The amount of force used to defend oneself must be reasonable under the circumstances and not exceed what is necessary. People v. Adrian (1982) 135 Cal.App. 3d 335, 337, 185 Cal.Rptr. 506; Necessity. The person admits to committing the crime, but alleges that he had a good reason for doing so

CLASSICAL THEORY, JURISTIC Man is essentially a moral creature with an absolute free will to choose between good and evil and therefore more stress is placed upon the result of the felonious act than upon the criminal himself. The purpose of penalty is retribution. Man is regarded as a moral creature who understands right from wrong CRIMINAL LAW II ARTICLE 114 - TREASON government does not amount to levying war, because there is no actual assembling of men. *Elements: 1. That the offender is a Filipino citizen or an *in treason by levying war, it is not necessary alien residing in the Philippines. that there be a formal declaration of the 2 Section 3. (1) The privacy of communication and correspondence shall be inviolable except upon lawful order of the court, or when public safety or order requires otherwise, as prescribed by law. (2) Any evidence obtained in violation of this or the preceding section shall be inadmissible for any purpose in any proceeding. Section 4

Such law shall take effect only upon its ratification by the people in a national referendum. SECTION 3. The State may not be sued without its consent. SECTION 4. The Armed Forces of the Philippines shall be composed of a citizen armed force which shall undergo military training and serve, as may be provided by law PEOPLE'S CAR INC., vs Commando Security L-36840 May 22, 1973 Facts: Plaintiff, a car dealer, entered into a contract with defendant, a security agency, its duty is to guard the former's premises from theft, robbery, vandalism and other unlawful acts General Order No. 58, dated April 23 1900. Amendatory acts passed by the Philippine Commission. The various quasi acts, the Philippine Bill of 1902, the Jones Law of 1916, the Tydings-McDuffie Law, and the Constitution of the Philippines. The Rule of Court of 1940, and the 1964, 1985, and 1988 Rules on Criminal Procedure Upon Reinfeld's refusal, petitioner threatened to kill him. From that time on, the record presents a lurid story of petitioner's unsatisfied demands upon Reinfeld for various sums up to $500,000, petitioner's threatening use of a gun and his repeated statements that he would kill Reinfeld and Reinfeld's family unless his demands were met

Defendant's counsel objected to the question on the grounds that the hypothesis contained a lot of things that have no bearing upon whether this defendant knew right from *313 wrong, that the hypothesis was not based upon the facts adduced in the case, and that the question was a deliberate attempt by the office of the district attorney to. That the offender is a public owner; Elements: warrant; association or from attending any of its officer or employee; meetings; 3. By refusing to leave the a. That the offender is a 4. That the owner or any 2. That he expels any person premises, after having public officer or member of his family or two 3 The offender is the creditor of a sum of money by the ascendant guardian or from BACHELOR O 2222 at University of Pangasina

Robbery In An Uninhabited Place Or In A Private building

CHAPTER 42. DISORDERLY CONDUCT AND RELATED OFFENSES. Sec. 42.01. DISORDERLY CONDUCT. (a) A person commits an offense if he intentionally or knowingly: (1) uses abusive, indecent, profane, or vulgar language in a public place, and the language by its very utterance tends to incite an immediate breach of the peace; (2) makes an offensive gesture. intent to gain but without violence against or intimidation ofpersons nor force upon things, shall take the personal property of another without the latters consent.6 To sustain conviction thereof, the confluence of the following elements is imperative: (a) that there be taking of personal property; (b) that said property belongs to another; (c. Theft is committed by any person who, with intent to gain, but without violence against, or intimidation of persons nor force upon things, shall take the personal property of another without the latter's consent. If committed with grave abuse of confidence, the crime of theft becomes qualified. The elements of qualified theft are as follows

Even if the crime is robbery with violence against or intimidation of persons or committed by the innkeeper's employees, management will be liable, otherwise, not liable because there is duress from the offender, liable only for theft and force upon things Chorni: Directed by Jyoti Swaroop. With Jeetendra, Neetu Singh, Shreeram Lagoo, Indrani Mukherjee. Circumstances force an innocent Deepa into the life of a hardened criminal. When a gang of spoiled rich young men Sukhdev cooks up a robbery and Deepa is locked up and sentenced to a remand home for six months. When she is out of the jail she is totally changed person

The consummation of the robbery cannot he inferred nor presumed from the circumstance that the accused was seen running with his hands inside his shirt, or that the barro, alleged to have contained cash amounting to about P8, was seen on the floor, open and empty, or that the things and merchandise inside the house were in disarray Landlords in most states have some degree of legal responsibility to protect their tenants from would-be assailants and thieves on the property and from the criminal acts of fellow tenants. Landlords must also protect the neighborhood from their tenants' illegal activities, such as drug dealing. These legal duties stem from building codes. - The Commissioner is hereby authorized to divide the Philippines-into different zones or areas and shall, upon mandatory private and public sectors, and with prior notice to affected taxpayers, determine the fair market value of real properties located in each zone or area, subject to automatic adjustment once every three (3) years through. Illegal Search and Seizure FAQs. Whenever law enforcement is engaging in a search and seizure, there are a number of rules, and exceptions, that apply to minimize the risk of an illegal search and seizure. These rules are derived directly from the U.S. Constitution, specifically the Fourth Amendment, as well as court opinions Regards Jerry Mayfield Austin Ops Engineering Manager Telephone: 512-433-6855 Pager: 512-613-3710 From: Patty Radford@Desktop@PCPD Hou, on 12/16/96 10:33 AM: Yes, this does happen. My sister-in.

C1: Robbery in General [Art

Criminal Law Reviewer (Art. 1-113) Criminal Law - is that branch of public substantive law which defines offenses and prescribes their penalties. It is also that branch of municipal law, which defines crimes, treats of their nature and provides for their punishment. 1) Generality - means that the criminal law of the country governs all. Boston thieves pull off historic Brink's robbery. On January 17, 1950, 11 men steal more than $2 million ($29 million today) from the Brink's Armored Car depot in Boston, Massachusetts. It was the. TOP 10 IMPORTANT AMENDMENTS TO THE 1997 RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE. Source: A.M. 19-10-20-SC. Rule 6 - KINDS OF PLEADINGS. Section 2, Rule 6 (Pleadings) - third paragraph was amended and now reads an answer may be responded to by a reply only if the defending party attaches an actionable document in the answer. Section 5(b), Rule 6 (Defenses) - second paragraph is a new insertion Phuture Vision Co., Inc ., G.R. No. 190289, January 17, 2018) [Note: It must be emphasized that the nature of bingo operations is a form of gambling; thus, its operation is a mere privilege which could not only be regulated, but may also very well be revoked or closed down when public interests so require

Robbery In General - BATASnatin

The trial court erred in finding accused guilty of robbery. For a person to be guilty of robbery, it must be proved that there was intent to gain & the taking of personal property belonging to another by means of violence against or intimidation of any person, or by using force upon anything Rule 1.a. Title. - These Rules shall be known and cited as the Revised Implementing Rules and Regulations of Republic Act No. 9160 otherwise known as The Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2001, as amended by Republic Act. No. 9194 and Republic Act No. 10167 (the AMLA, as amended). Rule 1.b The Petitioner's Claim for Recovery of Possession and Ownership is Barred by Laches. Laches has been defined as the failure or neglect, for an unreasonable and unexplained length of time, to do that which, by exercising due diligence could or should have been done earlier⁠18 It should be stressed that laches is not concerned only with the. In a prosecution for robbery against D, the prosecutor moved for the postponement of the first scheduled hearing on the ground that he had lost his records of the case. The court granted the motion but, when the new date of trial arrived, the prosecutor, alleging that he could not locate his witnesses, moved for the provisional dismissal of the.

(a) SP upon receipt of a court warrant from police authorities to disclose or submit subscriber's information, traffic data or relevant data in its possession or control shall comply within seventy-two (72) hours from receipt of the order in relation to a valid complaint officially docketed and assigned for investigation and the disclosure is. Upon medical examination, Dr. Reyes testified that AAA could have been laid on a rough surface as shown by the multiple linear abrasions found at her back and the anterum medial aspect of her thigh;that she had been sexually penetrated possibly with the use of force and violence; that he noticed that AAA was suffering from some form of mental. I. Introduction. I cannot speak for or against the decision of the Metropolitan Trial Court of Manila [1] relating to the case of Carlos Celdran, who was found guilty of offending religious feeling under Article 133 of the Revised Penal Code (RPC), or Act 3815 [1930], on 28 January 2013, as it is an ongoing case. [2] [3] I can only look into legal precepts which may be relevant in appreciating. House of Representatives Seeks to Revise the Anti-Carnapping Act. Last June 4, 2014, approved on second reading a bill purposely to revise the anti-carnapping act of the country. The bill is known as House Bill (HB) Number 4544 entitled Revised Anti-Carnapping Act. Carnapping is the taking, with intent to gain, of a motor vehicle belonging to. Article 10. If the woman should be engaged in commerce in the cases mentioned in Articles 6, 7, and 9 of this Code, her dowry and paraphernal property and all the properties and rights that both spouses may possess in common or in the conjugal partnership, shall be liable for the results of her commercial transactions, the wife being able to alienate and mortgage her own private property as. Because both of these incidents plainly involved actual force or violence, as prescribed by section 190.3 of the Penal Code, the trial court's instruction was not flawed and there was no basis for defense counsel to object successfully. [11 Cal.4th 964] 3. Erroneous instructions regarding defendant's commission of attempted robbery