Crimes against personal liberty and security, Revised Penal Code
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Crimes against personal liberty and security, Revised Penal Code

Title Nine – Crimes Against Personal Liberty and Security Chapter One: Crimes Against Liberty Section One. – Illegal Detention ⦁ Kidnapping and serious illegal detention ⦁ Slight illegal detention ⦁ Unlawful arrest Section Two. – Kidnapping of minors ⦁ Kidnapping and failure to return a minor ⦁ Inducing a minor to abandon his home Section…

Crimes against persons, Revised Penal Code
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Crimes against persons, Revised Penal Code

Title Eight – Crimes against Persons Chapter One: Destruction of Life Section One. – Parricide, murder, homicide ⦁ Parricide ⦁ Death or physical injuries inflicted under exceptional circumstances ⦁ Murder ⦁ Homicide ⦁ Death caused in a tumultuous affray ⦁ Physical injuries inflicted in a tumultuous affray ⦁ Giving assistance to suicide ⦁ Discharge of…

Crimes committed by public officers, Revised Penal Code
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Crimes committed by public officers, Revised Penal Code

Title Seven – Crimes committed by Public Officers Chapter 1: Preliminary Provisions Article 203. Who are public officers. – For the purpose of applying the provisions of this and the preceding titles of this book, any person who, by direct provision of the law, popular election or appointment by competent authority, shall take part in…

Crimes against public morals, Revised Penal Code
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Crimes against public morals, Revised Penal Code

Title Six – Crimes against Public Morals Chapter One: Gambling and Betting ⦁ Gambling ⦁ Importation and sale of lottery tickets or advertisements ⦁ Possession of lottery tickets or advertisements ⦁ Betting in sports contests ⦁ Illegal betting on horse race ⦁ Illegal cockfighting Chapter Two: Offenses Against Decency and Good Customs ⦁ Grave scandal…

Crimes against public interest, Revised Penal Code
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Crimes against public interest, Revised Penal Code

Title Four – Crimes Against Public Interest Chapter One: Forgeries Section One. – Forging the seal of the Government of the Philippine Islands, the signature or stamp of the Chief Executive. Section Two. – Counterfeiting Coins Section Three. – Forging treasury or bank notes, obligations and securities; importing and uttering false or forged notes, obligations…

Crimes against public order, Revised Penal Code
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Crimes against public order, Revised Penal Code

Title Three – Crimes against Public Order Chapter One: Rebellion, Sedition and Disloyalty Chapter Two: Crimes against Popular Representation Section One. – Crimes against legislative bodies and similar bodies Section Two. – Violation of parliamentary immunity Chapter Three: Illegal Assemblies and Associations Chapter Four: Assault Upon, and Resistance and Disobedience to, Persons in Authority and…

Crimes against the fundamental law of the State, Revised Penal Code
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Crimes against the fundamental law of the State, Revised Penal Code

Title Two – Crimes against the Fundamental Laws of the State 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 Section Two. – Violation of domicile Section Three. – Prohibition, interruption and dissolution of peaceful meetings…