Title 2 – Crimes Against the Fundamental Laws of the State, Book Two, Revised Penal Code

Title 2 – Crimes Against the Fundamental Laws of the State, Book Two, Revised Penal Code

Chapter One: Arbitrary Detention or Expulsion, Violation of Dwelling, Prohibition, Interruption, and Dissolution of Peaceful Meetings and Crimes Against Religious Worship Section One. – Arbitrary detention and expulsion Article 124. Arbitrary detention. – Any public officer or employee who, without legal grounds, detains a person, shall suffer; 1. The penalty of arresto mayor in its…

Title 1 – Crimes Against National Security and the Law of Nations, Book Two, Revised Penal Code

Title 1 – Crimes Against National Security and the Law of Nations, Book Two, Revised Penal Code

Chapter One: Crimes Against National Security Section One. – Treason and espionage Art. 114. Treason – Any Filipino citizen who levies war against the Philippines or adheres to her enemies, giving them aid or comfort within the Philippines or elsewhere, shall be punished by reclusion perpetua to death and shall pay a fine not to…

Preliminary Title, Book One, Revised Penal Code

Preliminary Title, Book One, Revised Penal Code

Act No. 3815 (December 8, 1930) AN ACT REVISING THE PENAL CODE AND OTHER PENAL LAWS Preliminary Article – This law shall be known as “The Revised Penal Code.” BOOK ONE GENERAL PROVISIONS REGARDING THE DATE OF ENFORCEMENT AND APPLICATION OF THE PROVISIONS OF THIS CODE, AND REGARDING THE OFFENSES, THE PERSONS LIABLE AND THE…

Title 5 – Civil Liability, Book One, Revised Penal Code

Title 5 – Civil Liability, Book One, Revised Penal Code

Chapter One: Person Civilly Liable for Felonies Article 100. Civil liability of a person guilty of felony. – Every person criminally liable for a felony is also civilly liable. Article 101. Rules regarding civil liability in certain cases. – The exemption from criminal liability established in subdivisions 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6 of Article…

Title 4 – Extinction of Criminal Liability, Book One, Revised Penal Code

Title 4 – Extinction of Criminal Liability, Book One, Revised Penal Code

Chapter One: Total Extinction of Criminal Liability Article 89. How criminal liability is totally extinguished. – Criminal liability is totally extinguished: 1. By the death of the convict, as to the personal penalties and as to pecuniary penalties, liability therefor is extinguished only when the death of the offender occurs before final judgment. 2. By…

Title 3 – Penalties, Book One, Revised Penal Code

Title 3 – Penalties, Book One, Revised Penal Code

Chapter One: Penalties in general Article 21. Penalties that may be imposed. – No felony shall be punishable by any penalty not prescribed by law prior to its commission. Article 22. Retroactive effect of penal laws. – Penal Laws shall have a retroactive effect insofar as they favor the persons guilty of a felony, who…

Title 2 – Persons Criminally Liable for Felonies, Book One, Revised Penal Code

Title 2 – Persons Criminally Liable for Felonies, Book One, Revised Penal Code

Article 16. Who are criminally liable. – The following are criminally liable for grave and less grave felonies: 1. Principals. 2. Accomplices. 3. Accessories. The following are criminally liable for light felonies: 1. Principals 2. Accomplices. Article 17. Principals. – The following are considered principals: 1. Those who take a direct part in the execution…

Title 1 – Felonies and Circumstances which Affect Criminal Liability, Book One, Revised Penal Code

Title 1 – Felonies and Circumstances which Affect Criminal Liability, Book One, Revised Penal Code

Chapter One: Felonies Article 3. Definitions. – Acts and omissions punishable by law are felonies (delitos). Felonies are committed not only be means of deceit (dolo) but also by means of fault (culpa). There is deceit when the act is performed with deliberate intent and there is fault when the wrongful act results from imprudence,…