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Criminal Law

Free access: Criminal Law Bar Exam Reviewer

Part 1 – Principles of Criminal Law

Part 2 – Crimes under the Revised Penal Code

Part 3 – Special Penal Laws

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Political Law, Labor Law

I. Eminent Domain

Frequency: ★★★☆☆ 1. Concept Concept: Eminent domain. Eminent domain – is the power of the State to take private property for public use. It is

Q. Swindling by Syndicate

Frequency: ★★☆☆☆ 1. Crime Swindling by a syndicate: Swindling (estafa) by syndicate is committed by a syndicate consisting of five or more persons formed with

F. Crimes committed by public officers

Frequency: ★★★★★ CHAPTER 1: PRELIMINARY PROVISIONS a. CONCEPT OF PUBLIC OFFICERS PUBLIC OFFICERS: For the purpose of applying the provisions of this and the preceding

L. Bouncing Checks Law

Frequency: ★★★★☆ “Credit” – refers to an arrangement or understanding with the bank for the payment of such check. (Section 4, B.P. 22) 1. Crime

J. Crimes against chastity

Frequency: ★★★★★ COMMON PROVISIONS 1) Prosecution of the crimes of adultery, concubinage, seduction, abduction, rape and acts of lasciviousness The crimes of adultery and concubinage

3. Interpretation of penal laws

Frequency: ★★★★☆ PRESUMPTION OF INNOCENCE: In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall be presumed innocent until the contrary is proved. (Section 14[2], Article III, 1987

Question 1, 2017 Civil Law Bar Exam

I. (Question I, Civil Law, 2017 Bar Exam) State whether the following marital unions are valid, void, or voidable, and give the corresponding justifications for

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