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Criminal Jurisprudence: 

Criminal Jurisprudence Review Questions About the Compiler Let the party begin Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The authority of the court to take cognizance of a case in the first instance is known as: a. General jurisdiction b. Original Jurisdiction c. Appellate jurisdiction d. Delegated jurisdiction melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The place of trial for a criminal action is called Territory jurisdiction motion venue melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The following are the requisites before a court can validly exercise its jurisdiction, except: a. It must have jurisdiction over the subject matter. b. It must have jurisdiction over the investigation. c. It must have jurisdiction over the territory where the offense was committed. d. It must have jurisdiction over the person of the accused. melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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A court shall take judicial notice without the introduction of evidence of the following, EXCEPT a. the existence and territorial extent of states b. matters which are capable of unquestionable demonstration c. the laws of nature d. the measure of time melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The law expanding the jurisdiction of the Metropolitan Trial Courts, Municipal Trial Courts and Municipal Circuit Trial Courts is known as: a. P.D. 1866 b. R.A. 7659 c. P.D. 1508 d. R.A. 7691 melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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Under the expanded jurisdiction of the Metropolitan Trial Court, it shall exercise exclusive jurisdiction over all offenses punishable with imprisonment. a. not exceeding six months b. not exceeding 4 years and 2 months c. not exceeding six years d. not exceeding 4 years and six months melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The Judiciary Reorganization Act is otherwise known as: a. P.D. 1612 b. P.D. 1866 c. B.P. 129 d. R.A. 7965 melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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F, a clerk of court proposed his love to G, a court stenographer. The latter turned him down and from then on tried to avoid the former. In his ire, F locked G in the courtroom and until she started crying for mercy. F pitied G and allowed her to go. What crime if any was committed? a. No, because there was spontaneous desistance. b. Arbitrary Detention c. Sexual harassment d. Illegal detention melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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In Metropolitan Trial Courts, the complaint is filed with the a. Office of the Prosecutor b. Office of the President c. Office of the Clerk of Court d. Ombudsman melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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C, a soldier of the Philippine Army, went home to kill D whom he suspected to have an affair with his wife. This was during World War II. Do civil courts have jurisdiction over crimes committed by a soldier and in times of war? a. No. Military courts have jurisdiction over the crime, it being committed by a soldier b. Yes, following the constitutional provision that civilian authority is supreme over the military. c. No. In times of war, only Military courts are functioning. as such while the case can also be prosecuted in the civil courts, there is hardly any court functioning. d. Yes. Civil courts have concurrent jurisdiction with the military courts, provided that in the place of the commission of the crime no hostilities are in progress and civil courts are functioning. melcon s. lapina

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The following are not subject to the operation of our criminal laws, EXCEPT a. Sovereigns or Heads of States b. Ambassadors c. Charges d’ Affaires d. Consul melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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F was prosecuted and convicted of a crime in a certain law. A few years after, while the case was pending appeal, the law upon which accused was convicted in the lower court was repealed to the effect that his act was no longer a crime. What is the effect of the repeal? . a. The case should be remanded to the lower court for proper action in light of the new law. b. The accused must be made to serve the minimum of the penalty of the crime he committed. c. The accused must be convicted because the law does not provide for its retroactivity. d. The accused must be acquitted because the offense ceases to be criminal. melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The effectivity date of the Revised Penal Code. a. December 8, 1932 b. January 1, 1930 c. December 8, 1930 d. January 1, 1932 melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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A, an employee of the U.S. Army in the Philippines, attacked B, a prisoner of war. (This was prior to the effectivity of U.S. – Bases Agreement.) When prosecuted for the crime of physical injuries, A argued that the Philippine court has no jurisdiction to try and punish him. Was he correct? a. Yes. The crime committed was related to the performance of his duty. As such, he should be exempt from criminal prosecution under treaty stipulations. b. No. While the case may be covered by treaty stipulations between the Philippines and the U.S., the crime he committed was not related to the performance of his duty. c. Yes. U.S. should have jurisdiction over his case. d. No. Principle of generality applies, that is, all persons within the Philippines are governed by the criminal law regardless of their race, belief, sex, or creed. melcon s. lapina

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Lamenting the suffering of the poor, twenty (20) men broke into an NFA warehouse. Having taken the control of the warehouse, they called the poor to help themselves to all the rice. These 20 robin hoods did not get even a single grain of rice. What crime if any was committed? a. Sedition b. Robbery c. Direct assault d. Grave coercion melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The offended spouse should be the one to file the complaint in the crimes of: a. rape b. bigamy c. adultery and concubinage d. acts of lasciviousness melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The following offenses shall not be prosecuted except upon a complaint filed by the offended party, or her parents, grandparents, or guardians: a. b & d b. seduction and abduction c. bigamy and simulation of birth d. rape and acts of lasciviousness melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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A man and a woman entered a movie house and went to the darkest part of the balcony where no one can possibly see them. While there, they undressed themselves and engaged in sexual intercourse. What crime if any was committed? a. No crime. They did the acts not in the public view. b. Prostitution c. Grave scandal d. Acts of lasciviousness melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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When a public officer performs in his public office an act prohibited by law. a. misfeasance b. malfeasance c. nonfeasance d. dereliction of duty melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The right of the State to initiate criminal actions in behalf of incapacitated individuals with no known parent, grandparent or guardian is known as: a. police power b. doctrine of parens patriae c. doctrine of self-preservation d. doctrine of social protection melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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A certain husband dies before he could institute the criminal action for adultery against his wife and the paramour. The case may a. still be prosecuted b. no longer be prosecuted c. be prosecuted by the husband’s parents d. be prosecuted by the state melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The complaint or information should state the following, EXCEPT a. designation of the offense by the statute b. name of the offended party c. name of the accused d. name of the court melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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What is the general rule on admissibility? a. Evidence on collateral matters may be allowed when it tends in any reasonable degree to establish the probability or improbability of the fact in issue. b. Evidence is admissible when it is relevant to the issue. c. Evidence is admissible when it is not excluded by the law. d. Only relevant evidence is admissible melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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One of the following is not a requisite for presentation of secondary evidence. a. The original document is available if offeror produces it. b. The original document existed and has been duly executed. c. It has been lost, destroyed or cannot be produced in court. d. If there are several original copies, all must be accounted for. melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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A law that punishes an act or omission done before the effectivity date of the law. a. Due process of law b. Sunday law c. Bill of attainder d. Expost facto law melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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It means that acts or omissions will only be subject to a penal law if they are committed after a penal law had already taken effect. a. Generality b. Prospectivity c. Territoriality d. Communality melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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When an information is filed, the Regional Trial Court: a. Can issue a warrant of arrest b. Can not issue a warrant of arrest c. Can conduct the preliminary investigation d. Can conduct summary hearing melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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A prosecutor received a sum of money in return for refraining to prosecute a crime where the imposable penalty is Reclusion Perpetua. What is the crime committed? a. Direct bribery b. Qualified bribery c. Corruption of public official d. Indirect bribery melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The following are the requisites for the issuance of a warrant of arrest, EXCEPT: a. it must be issued upon probable cause b. the probable cause must be personally determined by the judge c. particularly describing the person to be seized d. particularly describing the place to be seized melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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With regards to issuance of warrant of arrest prosecutors are … a. authorized to issue warrants b. not authorized to issue warrants c. authorized to conduct examination of the complainant d. not authorized to examine the witnesses melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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A judge hearing a case may or may not take judicial notice of the following, EXCEPT a. The geographical divisions b. Public knowledge c. Things of unquestionable demonstration d. matters which ought to be known to him because of his judicial function melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The officer to whom the warrant of arrest was assigned to him for execution shall make a report to the judge who issued the warrant within. a. 15 days from the expiration of the period of execution b. 5 days from the expiration of the period of execution c. 10 days from the expiration of the period of execution d. 20 days from the expiration of the period of execution melcon s. lapina

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Arrest may be made: a. at any time of the day b. at any time of the night c. at any time of the day or night d. none of the above melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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I was convicted of the crime of robbery and was sentenced to six years imprisonment. After serving the entire term of imprisonment, he was granted absolute pardon. After five years, he was convicted of the crime of theft. Can he be considered a recidivist? a. Yes. Robbery and theft are embraced in the same title. b. No. The absolute pardon given after serving the term of imprisonment relieves him of the effects of the crime. c. No. He is instead a quasi-recidivist. d. Yes. The second crime embraced which is embraced in the same title as the first was committed with the period of five years from his last release. melcon s. lapina

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Bail is a matter of discretion a. Before conviction by the MTC b. Upon conviction by the RTC of an offense not punishable by death, reclusion perpetua, or life imprisonment. c. After conviction by the MTC d. Before conviction by the RTC of an offense not punishable by death, reclusion perpetua, or life imprisonment. melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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Capital offense is: a. An offense which is punishable by correctional penalties. b. An offense which is punishable by afflictive penalties c. An offense which under the law existing at the time of its commission and at the time of the application to be admitted to bail may be punished with death. d. An offense which is non-bailable. melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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At the hearing of an application for admission to bail, the __________ has the burden of showing that the evidence of guilt is strong. a. Defense b. Court c. Prosecution d. Police melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The following are the guidelines in fixing the amount of the bail, EXCEPT a. character and reputation of the accused b. probability of the accused appearing in trial c. age and health of the accused d. political belief of the accused melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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An undertaking that is constituted in lieu of the real property given as security for the amount of the bail is called: a. surety bond b. cash bond c. bail bond d. property bond melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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Bail bond is cancelled in the following instances, EXCEPT a. surrender of the accused b. pardon of the accused c. acquittal of the accused d. dismissal of the case melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The following statements are false, EXCEPT a. the accused must personally enter his plea b. the accused may excuse/waive arraignment c. the accused may enter his plea by counsel d. the accused may be arraigned in a court other than where the case is assigned. melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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Before arraignment, if the crime charged is vague to the accused he may move for a: a. bill of lading b. bill of particular c. motion to dismiss d. motion to quash melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The existence of a valid prejudicial question may cause the suspension of the following, EXCEPT a. judgment b. trial c. preliminary investigation d. arraignment melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The accused may move to quash the complaint or information at any time: a. before he enters his plea b. after he enters his plea c. before he moves to dismiss the case d. before judgment melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The following grounds are not considered waived even if the accused fails to move to quash the complaint or information, EXCEPT a. lack of jurisdiction b. double jeopardy c. extinction of the offense d. the officer who filed the information lacks authority melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The following matters are considered during the pre-trial, EXCEPT a. plea bargaining b. filing a motion for extension c. stipulation of facts d. marking of the evidence melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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When an accused is discharged as a state witness, this is equivalent to: a. conviction b. acquittal c. commutation d. reprieve melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The court may dismiss the case on the ground of insufficiency of evidence. a. on its own initiative after giving the prosecution an opportunity to be heard b. on motion of the accused filed with prior leave of court c. on motion of the accused through counsel d. a and b melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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A judgment becomes final after ___ days when no appeal has been taken. a. 15 days b. 10 days c. 30 days d. 45 days melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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A new trial is granted a. before the judgment of conviction becomes final b. after the judgment of conviction becomes final c. after appeal has been taken d. after entry of judgment melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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What is the duration of reclusion perpetua? a. 20 years and 1 day to 40 years b. 30 years c. 20 years d. no definite duration melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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Any person who by direct provision of law or by election or by appointment by competent authority is charged with the maintenance of public order and the protection and security of life and property such as a barrio councilman and any person who comes to the aid of a person in authority is considered as what? a. agents of persons in authority b. peace officer c. justice of the peace d. public officer melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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May a private person be a victim of direct assault? a. no b. yes c. generally no d. generally yes melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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It is also known as robbery of forcible depredation in the high seas, without lawful authority and done animo furandi and in the spirit and intention of universal hostility committed by persons who are not members of the compliment of a vessel/passengers. a. robbery in the high seas b. piracy c. mutiny d. pirates melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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Is the unlawful resistance to a superior officer, as the raising of commotions and disturbance on board a ship against the authority of its commander. a. mutiny b. rebellion c. piracy d. robbery on the high seas melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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It is considered as a crime against National Security. a. infidelity in the custody of prisoners b. espionage c. voluntary surrender d. recidivism melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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It is considered as a crime against Public Order. a. rebellion b. treason c. misprision of treason d. corruption of public official melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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Any person directly vested with jurisdiction, whether as an individual or as a member of some court or governmental corporation, board or commission, is deemed as a. person in authority b. an agent of a person in authority c. public official d. justice of the peace melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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Attacking, employing force, seriously intimidating, or seriously resisting any person in authority or any of his agent, while engaged in the performance of official duties – constitutes what crime? a. disobedience to persons in authority b. direct assault c. resistance to persons in authority d. indirect assault melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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Is a form of Alarm and Scandal a. caroling b. charivari c. political campaign d. singing while drinking intoxicating liquour during nighttime melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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When the killing of a person is not attended by any of the qualifying circumstances, the crime committed is a. murder b. homicide c. parricide d. infanticide melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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When the victim of the killing is related by blood, in the direct line, to the offender, the crime committed is a. homicide b. parricide c. infanticide d. murder melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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When the victim of a killing is the spouse of the offender, the crime committed is a. murder b. parricide c. infanticide d. homicide melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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When the victim of a killing is a child less than 3 days old, the crime committed is a. parricide b. infanticide c. murder d. homicide melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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When the killing of a person is attended by or with the presence of qualifying circumstance, the crime committed is a. infanticide b. murder c. parricide d. homicide melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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What are those referred to as “quasi offenses”? a. those punished under Art. 365 of the RPC b. those punished under special penal laws c. those punishable by life imprisonment d. all of the above melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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What is arresto menor? A penalty of imprisonment with a duration of a. 1 to 30 days b. 6 years c. 6 months d. 60 days melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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What penalty which has a duration of 6 months and one day to 6 years? a. prision correccional b. arresto menor c. arresto mayor d. prision mayor melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The taking of a personal property with intent to gain with the use of force or violence upon persons or thing is called a. larceny b. estafa c. robbery d. theft melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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What is the crime committed by a person who scrapes the gold or silver content of a coin and collects the same? a. destruction of coins b. mutilation of coins c. forgery d. utterance of false coins melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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What is the crime committed by a person who performs a highly scandalous act within the knowledge and view of the public which offends decency or good customs? a. alarm and scandal b. grave scandal c. concubinage d. scam melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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Is the performance of some act which ought not to be done. a. nonfeasance b. malfeasance c. misfeasance d. dereliction of duty melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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Is the improper performance of some act which might lawfully be done. a. misfeasance b. nonfeasance c. malfeasance d. prevaricacion melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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Is the omission of some act which ought to be performed. a. nonfeasance b. prevaricacion c. dereliction of duty d. misfeasance melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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A public officer who receives gifts or presents for the performance of acts related to the exercise of his official duties is liable for what crime? a. corruption of public official b. extortion c. malversation d. bribery melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The person giving the gift or making the offer or promise in direct or indirect bribery commits this felony. a. bribery b. corruption of public officials c. dereliction of duty d. malfeasance melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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It is the deprivation by a public officer of the liberty of a person without any legal ground. a. arbitrary detention b. illegal detention c. commitment d. imprisonment melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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It is the deprivation by a private person of the liberty of a person without any legal ground. a. arbitrary detention b. unlawful arrest c. illegal detention d. illegal arrest melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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If there is delay by a public officer in the delivery of detained persons to the proper judicial authorities. For what crime is the public officer liable? a. arbitrary detention b. unlawful arrest c. illegal detention d. illegal arrest melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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If a public officer prevents or disturbs the ceremonies or manifestation of any religion, he is liable for what crime? a. offending religious feelings b. prevention of peaceful meetings c. interruption of religious worship d. intervention of religious services melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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If an offender who is previously convicted by final judgment of a felony, commits another felony while serving his sentence – he is considered a a. recidivist b. quasi-recidivist c. felony d. suspect melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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A public officer who, without any legal ground, shall prohibit or interrupt the holding of a peaceful meeting or dissolve the same is liable for a. prohibition of peaceful meetings b. dissolution of peaceful meetings c. interruption of peaceful meetings d. all of the above melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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Is a mock serenade of discordant noises made with kettles, tin horns, etc., designed to deride or annoy. a. alarm and scandal b. charivari c. grave scandal d. harana melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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If a private individual removes a person confined in jail or penal institution or helps in the escape of such person by means of violence, intimidation, bribery or any other means, the crime he committed is a. illegal detention b. arbitrary detention c. infidelity in the custody of prisoners d. delivery of prisoners from jail melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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If a person who is serving sentence by final judgment involving imprisonment, escapes from prison or evades the service of his sentence. He is liable for what crime? a. infidelity of the custody of prisoners b. premature service of sentence c. violation of service of sentence d. evasion of service of sentence melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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Who is a vagrant? a. a person who goes from place to place to sell items of various kind. b. a person having no apparent means of subsistence, who has the physical ability to work but neglects to apply himself or herself to some lawful calling. c. a person who works during nighttime whose specific duty is to entertain customers, especially giving them some carnal entertainment. d. a person who is assigned usually at the counter of a night club. melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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Any person who without authority of law, shall by means of violence, prevent another from doing something not prohibited by law or compel him to do something against his will, whether it be right or wrong. a. threat b. compulsion c. expulsion d. coercion melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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One of the elements of this is “That the offender makes a threat to commit a wrong, or That the wrong does not constitute a crime.” It is classified as a. light threat b. grave threat c. expulsion d. threat melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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When the wrong threatened to be inflicted upon the offended party does not amount to a crime, the designation of the offense is a. light threat b. threat c. expulsion d. grave threat melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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If physical violence or moral pressure is exerted upon a person in a manner that is determined and constant until the unlawful purpose is realized, the crime committed is a. threat b. grave threat c. expulsion d. light threat melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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Any human conduct which although not productive of some physical or material harm would, however, unjustifiably annoy or vex innocent person is called a. coercion b. unjust vexation c. threat d. grave threat melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The unlawful taking, with intent to gain of the personal property of another without the employment of violence or intimidation constitutes what crime? a. robbery b. theft c. qualified theft d. highway robbery melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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A finder of lost property who fails to deliver the same to the local authorities, commits what crime? a. larceny b. theft c. qualified theft d. robbery melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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What is the crime committed if the unlawful taking of a personal property belonging to another is committed with grave abuse of confidence? a. qualified theft b. theft c. larceny d. robbery melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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The act of a person who, with intent to gain for himself or for another, shall by, receives, possesses, keeps, acquires, conceals, or sells or disposes any article, item, or object or anything of value, which he knows, or should be known to him, to have been derived from the proceeds of the crime of robbery or theft is called what? a. wholesaling b. fencing c. accessory to the crime of theft d. peddling melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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Misappropriating or converting, to the prejudice of another money, goods or any other personal property received by the offender in trust or on commission or for administration, or under any other obligation involving the duty to make delivery of, or to return the same even though such obligation be totally or partially guaranteed by a land constitutes what crime? a. estafa b. malversation c. exploitation d. insolvency melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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It is the crime committed by any person who alters the boundary marks or monuments of towns, provinces or estates, or any other marks intended to designate the boundaries of the same. a. altering boundaries or landmarks b. land grabbing c. squatting d. encroaching melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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What is the Bouncing Check Law? a. B.P. 22 b. P.D. 22 c. R.A. 22 d. C.A. 22 melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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It is the systematic aggregate of notions relative to crimes, criminals, penalties and other means of social defense against criminality. a. criminology b. crime analysis c. crime prevention d. criminalization melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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That branch of municipal law which defines crimes, treats of their nature and provides for their punishment. a. civil law b. criminal law c. remedial law d. political law melcon s. lapina Visit www.criminologyreviewer.weebly.com for more reviewers & online examinations

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Melcon S. Lapina, MSCrim Date of Birth: August 29, 1974 Place of Birth: Ozamiz City Married to: Helen Bacus Saluta Children: Sir Melcon Lancelot & Jacob Paul Melcon Religion: Grace Gospel 4th Place, Criminologists Licensure Board Examinations, Manila, October 1996 back

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