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De Lima v.

Gatdula
G.R. No. 204528, February 19, 2013
The application of summary procedure is limited to certain civil and criminal
cases. A writ of Amparo is a special proceeding. It is a remedy by which a party
seeks to establish a status, a right or particular fact. It is not a civil nor a criminal
action, hence, the application of the Revised Rule on Summary Procedure is
seriously misplaced.
Spouses Trinidad vs. Ang
G.R. No. 192898. January 31, 2011.
A petition for review to the DOJ of a case covered by the Rules on Summary
procedure is a ground for suspension of the arraignment, however, Rule 116
limits the deferment of arraignment to a period of 60 days reckoned from the
filing of the petition to the reviewing office.
Sanico v. People
G.R. No. 198753, [March 25, 2015])
The failure to file the memorandum on appeal is a ground for the RTC to dismiss
the appeal only in civil cases. The same rule does not apply in criminal cases,
because Section 9 imposes on the RTC the duty to decide the appeal "on the
basis of the entire record of the case and of such memoranda or briefs as may
have been filed" upon the submission of the appellate memoranda or briefs, or
upon the expiration of the period to file the same. Hence, the dismissal of the
petitioner's appeal cannot be properly premised on the failure to file the
memorandum on appeal.