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Penalties Penalties for those found guilty of the crime of Child Prostitution and Other Sexual Abuse a.

(Procurer) Reclusion Temporal (Medium) to Reclusion Perpetua for acts described in Article III Section 5(a) b. (Client/John) Reclusion Temporal (Medium) to Reclusion Perpetua for the act of sexual intercourse or lascivious conduct with a child exploited in prostitution.IF CHILD IS UNDER TWELVE (12) YEARS OLD. Sexual Intercourse considered as Rape: Reclusion PerpetuaIF CHILD IS UNDER TWELVE (12) YEARS OLD. Lascivious Conduct: Reclusion Temporal (Medium) c. (Manager/Owner of Establishment) Reclusion Temporal (Medium) to Reclusion Perpetua to those who are found to have derived profit or advantage from child prostitution. d. (Attempted Felonies) Attempt to commit Child Prostitution carries with it a penalty two (2) degrees lower than the prescribed penalty for its consummated counterpart. Penalties for those found guilty of the crime of Child Trafficking a. (Procurer) Reclusion Temporal to Reclusion Perpetua to those engage in trading and dealing with children. The penalty shall be applied in its Maximum period when the victim is under twelve (12) years of age. b. (Attempted Felony) Attempt to commit Child Trafficking carries with it a penalty two (2) degrees lower than the prescribed penalty for its consummated counterpart. Penalties for those found guilty of the crime of Obscene Publications and Indecent Shows involving children a. (Procurer) Reclusion Mayor (Medium) for acts described in Article V Section 9(1)IF CHILD IS UNDER TWELVE (12) YEARS OLD. Penalty shall be imposed in its Maximum period b. (Ascendant/Guardian) Prision Mayor (Medium) to those who are found to have caused or allowed the child to be employed or to participate in obscene play, scene act, movie or show, or in other acts covered by Article V Section 9. Penalties for those found guilty of the crime of Other Acts of Abuse involving children a. (Parents) Prision Mayor (Minimum) for those found guilty of Child Abuse or Neglect including those covered by Article 59of PD No. 603 (The Child and Youth Welfare Code) b. (Stranger) Prision Mayor (Maximum) and a fine of not less than fifty thousand pesos (P50,000.00) shall be imposed on one in whose company a minor either under twelve (12)years of age, or who in ten(10) years or more is his junior is found, in any of the places enumerated in Article VI Section10(b), where there exists a relationship not

within the fourth degree of consanguinity or affinity, or by any bond characterized in the same statute. c. (Procurer) Prision Mayor (Medium) and a fine of not less than forty thousand pesos (P40,000.00)shall be imposed on a procurer for the violation of this Article. Should the procurer be an ascendant, stepparent, or guardian of the child: Prision Mayor (Maximum) and a fine of not less than fifty thousand pesos(P50,000.00) d. (Manager/Owner of Establishment) Prision Mayor (Medium)and a fine of not less than fifty thousand pesos (P50,000.00)and the loss of their license to operate are imposed upon those who are found to have derived profit or advantage from violations of this Article. e. (Coercion to beg and other illegal activities) Prision Correccional (Medium) to Reclusion Perpetua shall be imposed on those who either: coerces a child to beg as a means of living, to act as a conduit in drug trafficking or pushing, to conduct any illegal activity. f. (Physical Injury) Reclusion Perpetua will be imposed on those found guilty of the crimes of Murder, Homicide, Other Intentional Mutilation and Serious Physical Injuries, WHERE THE VICTIM IS UNDER TWELVE (12) YEARSOLD. g. (Moral and Emotional Injury) A penalty one (1) degree higher will be imposed on those found guilty of the crimes of Qualified Seduction, Acts of Lasciviousness with Consent, Corruption of Minors, and White Slave Trade, WHERE THE VICTIM IS UNDER TWELVE (12) YEARS OLD. Sanctions for Establishments or Enterprises a. Immediate Closure of Establishment b. The Revocation of the License to Operate c. A Public Off Limits Sign posted outside the establishment for a period not less than one (1) year. The unauthorized removal of which will be punishable by Prision Correccional.

Penalties for those found guilty of violating the Article on Working Children a. Fine not less than one thousand pesos (P1,000.00) but not more than ten thousand pesos (P10,000.00) b. Alternatively, imprisonment of not less than three (3)months, but not more than three (3) years. c. Or both penalties at the discretion of the court

d. In cases of repeat offenders, their license to operate shall be revoked. Penalties for those guilty of the crime of Discrimination Against Children of Indigenous Cultural Communities a. (Discrimination) Arresto Mayor (Maximum) and a fine of not less than five thousand pesos (P5,000.00) but not more than ten thousand pesos (P10,000.00) shall be imposed on any person found guilty of discriminating against a child of indigenous cultural communities. Common Penal Provisions a. (Previous Conviction) Penalties are to be imposed in their maximum periods b. (Juridical Personality) Penalties are to be imposed in their maximum periods on the officer or employee of erring corporation, partnership, or association c. (Relationship) Penalties are to be imposed in their maximum periods when the perpetrator is an ascendant, parent guardian, stepparent or collateral relative within the second degree of consanguinity or affinity, or a manager or owner of an establishment which has no license to operate or its license has expired or has been revoked. d. (Foreigner) Deportation immediately after service of sentence, and the same shall be forever barred from entering the country. e. (Public Officer) Penalties are to be imposed in their maximum periods if the perpetrator is a public officer or employee. Should the penalty be Reclusion Perpetua or Reclusion Temporal, then the accessory penalty of perpetual or temporary absolute disqualification shall also be imposed. Should the penalty imposed be Prision Correccional or Arresto Mayor, the accessory penalty of suspension shall likewise be imposed. f. (Fine) A fine to be determined by the court shall be imposed and administered as a cash fund by the DSWD and the same will be disbursed for the rehabilitation of the victim