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  1. This is an appeal from the 30 March 2012 Decision [1] of the Court of Appeals (CA) in CA-G.R. CR-H.C. No. 03659 which affirmed with modification the 23 July 2008 Joint Decision [2] of the Regional Trial Court, Branch 39, Lingayen, Pangasinan (RTC), in Criminal Case Nos. L-6575 and L-6576 finding Mardy Aquino, Mario Aquino, and Juanito Aquino guilty of murder and frustrated murder.

  2. Philippines as well as Japan through a close analysis of a case of a Filipino who committed murder in his host society, Japan. The case itself, the situation surrounding the convicted person, and the processes of deviant behavior are to be discussed. I selected this case for discussion for two reasons. First, I myselfbecame involved in the case

  3. Dec 18, 2019 · Manila, Philippines CNN —. The men who planned a massacre which rocked the Philippines’ political establishment more than a decade ago have been found guilty of murder. On November 23, 2009 ...

  4. In the case of murder where the appropriate penalty is reclusion perpetna, the Court has thereby fixed P75,000.00 for moral damages, P75,000.00 for exemplary damages, and P75,000.00 for civil indemnity as the essential civil liabilities,- in addition to others as the records of each case will substantiate. Hence, we impose herein the same ...

  5. Jun 28, 2021 · CEBU, Philippines — The police are set to file today a frustrated murder case against a 19-year-old man who allegedly stabbed two women who caught the suspect stealing items in their house in ...

  6. Feb 12, 2020 · The Philippines gets a bad rep for criminal cases, partly because they take ages to solve (if they get solved at all), and also because these "mysteries" are treated like tabloid sensations. Media in the '90s, in particular, had a habit of turning grisly murders into melodramas (a lot of them starring Kris Aquino and Janice de Belen), adding to ...

  7. registered in the Philippines, if committed against national security or interest or punishable by level 4 or higher crime, unless punishable in the place where the crime is committed; Nationality 4. Crimes committed outside the Philippines by a Philippine citizen; and Universality 5. Crimes committed against humanity and the law of nations.

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