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QUIZZER IN CRIMINAL LAW

BY: DEAN ABELARDO ESTRADA
COLLEGE OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF BAGUIO
1. A theory in Criminal Law which says that a man is occasionally subdued by
strange social phenomenon that compels him to do wrong.
a. Utilitarian Theory
b. Positivist Theory
c. Classical Theory
d. Eclectic Theory
2. Which of the following is not exempt from the application of penal law in
Philippine territory?
a. Consul
b. Ambassador
c. Charge d’ affaires
d. Minister Plenipotentiary
3. When the subsidiary penalty imposed is only fine, the subsidiary
imprisonment shall not exceed:
a. 3 months
b. 4 months
c. 6 months
d. 8 months
4. Which statement is correct?
a. Subsidiary imprisonment is an accessory penalty and is imposed in the
sentence of conviction.
b. Subsidiary imprisonment is an accessory penalty hence, it is not necessary to
impose it in the sentence of conviction.
c. Subsidiary imprisonment is not an accessory penalty and is not deemed
imposed unless expressly
provided for in the sentence of conviction.
d. Subsidiary imprisonment is not an accessory penalty so it is deemed imposed
in the sentence of conviction.
5. A induced X to kill Y. X killed Y by means of treachery. Should treachery be
appreciated also against A, the principal by inducement?
a. Yes, if he has knowledge that X killed Y by means of treachery.
b. Yes, because there was conspiracy.
c. Yes, because he is a principal by inducement so he is liable for the acts of the
principal by direct participation.
d. Yes, because when there is conspiracy, the act of one is the act of all.
6. Habitual delinquency is limited only to the following six felonies:
a. Robbery, Estafa, Malversation, Theft, Serious Physical Injuries, Less Serious
Physical Injuries
b. Serious Physical Injuries, Less Serious Physical Injuries, Theft, Robbery,
Treason
c. Falsification, Robbery, Estafa, Theft, Serious Physical Injuries, Less Serious
Physical Injuries
d. Treason, Falsification, Malversation, Theft, Robbery, Serious Physical Injuries
7. An aggravating circumstance which is not considered in the imposition of
penalty
a. Aggravating circumstance which constitutes the crime itself

b. Aggravating circumstance which accompanies the commission of the crime
c. Aggravating circumstance inherent in the commission of the crime
d. All of the above
8. The penalty one degree lower from Reclusion Temporal maximum to Death is:
a. Prision Mayor maximum to Reclusion Temporal in its minimum and medium
periods
b. Prision Mayor maximum to Reclusion Temporal in its medium period
c. Prision Mayor maximum to Reclusion Temporal in its minimum period
d. Prision Mayor maximum to Reclusion Temporal in its maximum and medium
periods
9. The crime of Libel prescribes in:
a. 6 months
b. 2 years
c. 1 year
d. 6 years
10. It consists in the suspension of the sentence of a convict after serving the
minimum of the sentence imposed.
a. Commutation
b. Pardon
c. Parole
d. Reprieve
11. A disposition under which an accused after conviction is released subject to
the conditions imposed by the court.
a. Probation
b. Recognizance
c. Bail
d. Parole
12. If the offender is sentenced to a term of imprisonment of more than one
year, the period of probation shall not exceed:
a. 2 years
b. 6 years
c. 1 years
d. 3 years
13. X was sentenced to suffer imprisonment of 4 years, 2 months and one day as
minimum to 6 years and to pay the offended party P5,000.00. X applies for
probation which was granted by the court.
a. X shall still pay the P5,000.00 because Probation affects only the criminal
aspect of the case.
b. X shall still pay the P5,000.00 because the primary consideration of Probation
is the reformation of the offender.
c. X shall still pay the P5,000.00 because it is a subsidiary penalty under Art. 39
of the Revised Penal Code.
d. X shall still pay the P5,000.00 because it was not remitted by the Probation
Officer.
14. According to the order of severity, the penalty next lower in degree from
Arresto Mayor is:
a. Destierro
b. Prision Correctional
c. Arresto Menor
d. Prision Mayor

A is not liable for the death of B because he did not inflict any injury upon B. d. Render the proper decision and shall report to the House of Congress through the Chief Executive that said act should be made the subject of penal legislation 19. B ran away and jumped into the river to avoid A. A should be charged with Direct Assault upon a Person in authority. A. A. Impossible crime with Malicious Mischief because the resulted from the felonious act of the four 18. The act brings about variant crimes so there is a need to know the motive of the attack to know what crime is committed by A. X. b. Destierro consists of banishment of the convict to a distance of: a. All four riddled the house of X with armalite bullets. If an act needs to be represented but it is not covered by the law. 5 penalties d. Not less than 25 kilometers but not more than 250 kilometers radius. It also happened that X did not go home that night. Attempted Murder because they did not inflict a mortal would on the intended victim. went to the house of the intended victim. 6 penalties 16. c. A attacked B with a knife. Render the proper decision and shall report to the House of Congress through the Department of Justice that said act should be made the subject of penal legislation c. B. The act clearly shows that A should be charged with Direct Assault upon a Person in Authority because he assaulted a teacher. a. Malicious Mischief because the house was destroyed due to the felonious act of the four c. a student. A is liable for the death of B because the proximate cause of the latter’s death was his chasing with a knife. A should be charged with Direct Assault upon a Person in Authority and Physical Injuries. d. Not more than 25 kilometers but not less than 250 kilometers radius d. Impossible crime because that is the only crime committed d. C and D committed: a. b. it is the duty of the court to: a. None of the above 17. The three-fold rule applies only if a convict were to suffer at least: a. Render the proper decision and shall report to the Chief Executive through the Department of Justice that said act should be made the subject of penal legislation b. A. c. All four wanted to kill X who they believed was inside her house. Not less than 50 kilometers but not more than 250 kilometers radius c. 20. B drowned and died. a. 3 penalties c. A is not liable for the death of B because the drowning of B was an efficient intervening cause. . boxed B. 4 penalties b. Render the proper decision and shall report to the Department of Justice that said act should be made the subject of penal legislation d. b. C and D. b. Motive is not an element of a crime hence. A is liable only for Grave Threats because that constituted his felonious act.15. all armed with M-16 rifles. B. his teacher.

a. his act is not equal to or greater than the act committed by the perpetrator of the crime. Tibor is not an accessory because he is a principal in the crime of Violation of PD 1613. RA 54 b. Z is an accessory but is excused from liability pursuant to Art. He is not a co-conspirator but the moment he comes to know about the conspiracy. Tibor is not an accessory because he is a principal in the crime of Fencing. X is not an accessory because: a. conforms. Renz gave Kenzo a gold bracelet as a gift. Z is an accessory but incurs no criminal liability pursuant to Art. d. d. RA 79 c.21. Accessory b. b. X called for Z. a. Kenzo is an accessory because the law does not require knowledge that the object was stolen. a. During her birthday. d. c. and cooperates by previous or simultaneous acts. He did not destroy the effects or instruments of the crime. d. possessed and used the cell phone. b. Kenzo is being courted by Renz. and from then on kept. He burned the clothings for sanitation purposes. Tibor is an accessory because he should have known that the cell phone was a proceed of a crime. He burned the clothing not to prevent the discovery of a crime. Z is an accessory but is exempt from liability. Kenzo did not know that Renz snatched it from Yari. His act of burning the clothing is an absolutory act. X killed Y by stabbing him behind. Principal by inducement . Rapots gave the cell phone to Tibor. Z is an accessory and is liable. X asked Z to bury the cadaver of Y to prevent its discovery which Z did. It turned out that the clothing belonged to a murder victim. 26. b. Rapots told Tibor not to tell anybody that he is the source of the cell phone. 22 of the Revised Penal Code. It is the law which provides that members of the official household or retinue of a foreign ambassador to the Philippines enjoy the diplomatic immunity of the foreign ambassador if their names are submitted to the Department of Foreign Affairs and provides reciprocal immunity to the members of the official household or retinue of the Philippine Ambassador. b. Kenzo is not an accessory because the crime committed is a violation of PD 1612. X burned the clothing drenched in blood he found inside the trunk of the car of his employer because there were already many worms on the clothing and bad odor was already emitting therefrom. and told the latter that he killed Y. RA 75 22. However. 4 of the Revised Penal Code. Kenzo is an accessory because she profited by the effects of a crime. a. Tibor agreed. his brother in law. c. Tibor is an accessory because he profited by the effects of the crime knowing that it is a proceed of a crime. a. RA 74 d. 23. 25. Kenzo is not an accessory because she had no knowledge in the commission of the crime. 24. Rapots stole the cell phone of Jarred. c. he incurs. c.

Justin is equally liable with Rexor because Justin is bound by the acts of Rexor. A and B are both liable for the crime of Homicide. 4/5 of the time during which he has undergone preventive imprisonment 32. a. 6 months and one day to 6 years c.000. X was not able to pay the fine. Justin and Rexor conspired to kill Warlito. d. Justin and Rexor are both liable for the death of Emerito because when there is conspiracy. a. 1/5 of the time during which he has undergone preventive imprisonment b.c. b. All of the above 31. He was sentenced to suffer imprisonment of 6 years and one day. c. b. A is liable as an accomplice for the crime of Homicide and B is liable as principal by indispensable cooperation for the crime of Homicide. a. X should suffer the imprisonment and the subsidiary imprisonment of 250 days. A as an accomplice and B as principal by direct participation. 12 years and one day to 20 years b. If the offender did not voluntarily agree in writing to abide by the rules of discipline of the penal institution. c. because of mistaken identity. When the appeal already filed is withdrawn from the court d. 6 years and one day to 12 years d. 3/5 of the time during which he has undergone preventive imprisonment d. B stabbed and killed X. Accomplice Principal by direct participation 27. d. 28. X should not suffer subsidiary imprisonment because the principal penalty imposed is higher than prision correctional. A and B are both liable for the crime of Homicide as principals by direct participation because they performed separate acts. The legal duration of Prision Mayor is: a. When the accused expressly waives in writing his right to appeal c. and to pay a fine of P2. Rexor killed Emerito. Pursuant to the conspiracy. the designated triggerman. Rexor was designated as the triggerman. A slapped X. B saw the act committed by A. Justin is not liable for the crime committed by Rexor because the killing of Emerito is not the crime conspired upon by them. After the lapse of 15 days from the date of promulgation b.00. d. A is liable as principal in the crime of Physical Injuries and B is liable as principal in the crime of Homicide. d.000 at the rate of one day for each eight pesos. 2/5 of the time during which he has undergone preventive imprisonment c. b. c. . X was charge with an offense. he is entitled to a reduction of his preventive imprisonment equivalent to: a. Justin is not liable for the death of Emerito because it was a result of mistaken identity. X should suffer subsidiary imprisonment of 250 days for his failure to pay the fine of P2. X should not suffer subsidiary imprisonment because fine is an accessory penalty. not Warlito. the act of one is the act of all. A judgment of conviction becomes final: a. 29. 6 months and one day to 12 years 30.

40 years 38. Syndicate c. It takes place when a person at the time of his trial for an offense. 35. When an offense is committed as a necessary means to commit the other. The penalty next lower in degree than that prescribed by law for the consummated felony. c. 36. Aggravating because there was disrespect of the sanctity of the house of X . Reiteracion d. When a series of acts is committed about the same place and about the same time arising from a single criminal resolution. d. The penalty for the most serious crime to be applied in its maximum period. It is known as a group of two or more persons confederating. a. b. b. However. 49 of the Revised Penal Code. Not aggravating because X was not killed in his house. 10 years b. Dwelling is: a. a. The penalty lower by two degrees than that prescribed by law for the consummated felony. Not aggravating because X was killed away from his house c. When a single act constitutes two or more grave or less grave felonies. c. When an essential element of a crime takes place in one city or municipality such that the crime may be filed in any of such city or municipality. 20 years c. mutually aiding one another for purposes of gain in the commission of any crime. Recidivism b. The penalty for the crime actually committed to be imposed in its maximum period. In Habitual Delinquency. the total of the two (2) penalties to be imposed upon the offender shall in no case exceed: a. What is the penalty imposable for complex crimes? a. Cabal 37. shall have previously served a penalty to which the law attaches an equal or greater penalty. Quasi-recidivism 39. Habitual delinquency c. the offender shall be sentenced to the penalty provided by law for the last crime of which he be found guilty and an additional penalty. c.33. a. Delito complejo means: a. d. d. The penalty to be imposed upon an accomplice in a consummated crime. A and B forcibly dragged X from his house and killed him at a distance of 200 meters away from his house. The penalty next lower in degree than that prescribed by law for the attempted felony. Aggravating because the aggression started from the dwelling of X d. Band b. b. The penalty for the complex crime to be applied in its maximum period. 30 years d. The penalty for two or more crimes to be imposed in their maximum periods pursuant to Art. 34. Cuadrilla d. The penalty next lower in degree than that prescribed by law for the frustrated felony. b.

The father is a principal by inducement because he exercises moral ascendancy over A. 44. Only B is liable for the death of C because he inflicted the mortal wound that caused the death of C. At least three (3) armed malefactors d. b. It is considered as an alternative circumstances. Both are armed with bolos and they were hacking each other. The crime is attended by the aggravating circumstance of: a. A and B are liable separately for their respective acts. In the course thereof. A and B conspired to beat C and inflict physical injuries upon the latter. Three malefactors. The death of C was not included in the conspiracy. a. c.00 because of the manipulation made by Jessie. Deborah has a bank deposit of P50. c. b. Scoffing c. She was able to withdraw P150. he continued to strangle Cesar. Relationship b. already had a reason to kill B. the brother of Robin came and stabbed Cesar twice. and logical consequence of the crime agreed to be committed. Cruelty b. Thereupon. 45. An accomplice d. Cesar died because of the stab wounds inflicted by Rustom. The father is a principal by inducement because A killed B after he uttered the words. that is. Ignominy d. The father is not a principal by inducement because the son.00. Robin strangled Cesar. Band consists of: a. “kill him my son!” d. d. Liable as principal by inducement 46. The fatherof A arrived and shouted to A “kill him my son!” Eventually. A killed B.000. a. Robin and Cesar were fighting. A. A is not liable because the death of C was not conspired upon. More than three (3) armed malefactors b. Rustom. Cesar fell on the ground and Robin went on top of him. A and B are liable for the death of the victim because it is the direct. a. Johannes raped Dionisia in front of her husband. Degree of Education d. What is the liability of Robin? . All of the above 43. Jessie is: a. Intoxication c. Craft 42. one of whom is armed 41. The father is not a principal by inducement because he was not present at the inception of the attack. A inflicted physical injuries upon C while B inflicted a mortal wound upon C which caused C’s death.000. Less than three (3) armed malefactors c. When Robin saw what Rustom did. Liable as principal by direct participation b. the manager of the bank.40. who certified that Deborah has more than the amount to be withdrawn. natural. A is liable for physical Injuries while B is liable for homicide. Liable as principal by indispensable cooperation c. A and B are engaged in a ferocious fight. A and B attacked C.

47.00 c. d. A committed: a. Homicide. The act of any person who with intent to gain for himself or for another. Reparation of damage caused. Robin is a principal by direct participation because he participated in the killing of Cesar. and passion or obfuscation. acquire. indemnification for consequential damages and costs d. Physical Injuries. Robin is an accomplice because he concurred in the act of Rustom when he continued to strangle Cesar after Rustom stabbed him. possess. sufficient provocation. During the hearing. Prision Mayor in any of its periods as minimum to Reclusion Temporal in its maximum period as maximum d.00 b. Reparation of damage caused.00 48. sell or dispose of. Reparation of damage caused. B suffered slight physical injuries. and Physical Injuries b. the penalty imposable upon A is: a. b.000. a. In case of conviction.a. fine and indemnification for consequential damages and costs 49. Exceeds P6000. Exceeds P6. Homicide with double Frustrated Homicide with Attempted Homicide d. Reparation of damage caused.000. D. conceal. Is less than P200.000.00 d. PD 1615 . Complex crime of Homicide. E and F. A fine is considered correctional penalty if it : a.00 but is not more than P8. Is not less than P200. or shall buy or deal with any article. costs and fine c. fine and costs b. Robin is an accomplice because he did not conspire with Rustom in killing Cesar. keep. item or object which he knows or should have known to have been derived from the proceeds of robbery or theft. fine. c. Frustrated Homicide. Prision Mayor in any of its periods as minimum to Reclusion Temporal in its minimum period pursuant to theIndeterminate Sentence Law b. A with the intent to kill. A was charged with Murder. PD 1612 d. shall receive.PD 1614 c. Prision Mayor in any of its periods as minimum to Reclusion Temporal in its medium period as maximum c. C was seriously wounded but was operated on and was saved by the doctor. indemnification for consequential damages. and a separate crime of slight Physical Injuries 50. State the order of payment of pecuniary liabilities of the offender.00 but not more than P6. A was able to prove voluntary surrender. Robin is a principal by indispensable cooperation because he immobilized Cesar by riding on him and strangling him. fired his gun at B.PD 1613 b. a. costs. F died. The bullet which hit B also hit C. indemnification for consequential damages. and double Frustrated Homicide c. Reclusion Temporal 51. D suffered serious wound but was also saved by timely medical intervention. Homicide with double Frustrated Homicide.

No. Destierro c. c.52. In the course thereof. Arresto Mayor. Arresto Mayor. Prision Correctional. X should serve them successively according to the order of severity which is: a. Falsification. All of the above 55. d. because the penalty can be lowered only if the penalty is divisible. Parricide or attempt on the life of the Chief Executive. Yes. No. Reprieve c. d. In the course of the robbery committed by A. he may be released on parole 57. Prision Correctional.000. When the death is caused under exceptional circumstances under Article 247 of the Revised Penal Code b. Arresto Menor d.00 which the latter used to elude the authorities. Robbery in an uninhabited place is qualified when committed by: a. Prision Correctional. Arresto Mayor. Arresto Menor. C is not an accessory because the crime committed by A is not Murder. Destierro. Arresto Mayor. Arresto Menor. Because it cannot be determined as to how long the convict will serve sentence because after served the minimum. A band in an uninhabited place b. Treason. When after lowering the penalty by degrees. and Prision Correctional. C is an accessory. b. A band and/or in an uninhabited place 59. Under the rules on offsetting. There are four mitigating circumstances and one aggravating circumstance. b. Absolute pardon d. there remain three mitigating circumstances. Destierro. Service of sentence 54. A band and in an uninhabited place d. Destierro 56. because there are three mitigating circumstances left. a. C is an accomplice. Yes. because the aggravating circumstance was offset by one mitigating circumstance. The judge therefore lowered the penalty by one degree and applied the penalty in medium period. destierro is the proper penalty d. Arresto Menor b. A and B challenged each other to a fight. because the penalty should not be lowered by one degree considering that there is an aggravating circumstance. c. When can the penalty of Destierro be imposed? a. Arresto Mayor. Amnesty b. Is the judge correct? a. As a penalty for the concubine in concubinage c. Because the convict will be sentenced to a minimum and maximum penalty b. Why is the sentence in the Indeterminate Sentence Law called indeterminate? a. . C gave B P10. C violated PD 1829. It grants oblivion to all the effects of conviction and restores political rights. A went to C. Destierro. A killed B. A band or in an inhabited place c. B. Prision Correctional. a. his friend and confessed that he killed B. Because the sentence to be imposed can only be determined by the court c. the robbers killed three occupants of the house with treachery. 53. Because the convict will not serve the maximum penalty imposed d. X was sentenced to suffer the following penalties: Arresto Menor. 58. and C in the house of X. A was chased by policemen.

law spouses. 315 of the Revised Penal Code: a. c. 60. he squeezed the trigger and it fired hitting his wife who died. Deceit is an essential element in certain cases d. Carlos argued that he is not liable because previously. a. In the process. a. Illegal Discharge of Firearms and Homicide b. In Estafa with abuse of confidence under Art. . Carlos is not liable for consented abduction because Vangie was no longer a virgin when she eloped with Carlos. Carlos is 25 years old and Vangie is 16 years old. d. Luisa committed theft but is exempt from criminal liability because the exemption includes common. Asks from another public officer gifts or presents as consideration for refraining from arresting or prosecuting an offender. A. B and C committed Robbery with Homicide. Carlos and Vangie eloped and carlos took her consent to the Boracay resort. If the property taken is a mail matter d. B and C committed Robbery with Murder b. Refrains from arresting or prosecuting an offender who has committed a crime punishable by reclusion perpetua or death. They have been cohabiting as husband and wife for the last 7 years. If the property stolen are coconuts taken from the premises of a plantation b. Abuse of confidence constitutes the crime itself b. One day. 62. Refrains from arresting or prosecuting an offender who has committed a crime punishable by reclusion perpetua and death. Luisa committed theft and is liable. Luisa stole the wallet of Arturo containing money. While SPO1 Villanueva was cleaning his gun. c. d. Carlos and vangie have had several sexual intercourses. All of the above 64. B and C committed Robbery with Multiple Homicide c. A. If fish be taken from a fishpond c. Luisa committed theft but is not exempt from liability because she is only a common law spouse. Carlos charged with consented abduction. Refrains from arresting or prosecuting an offender who has committed a crime punishable by reclusion perpetua and/or death. B and C committed Robbery with Multiple Murder. On June 16. when Vangie turned 17 years old. Carlos and Vangie are sweethearts. Reckless Imprudence resulting in Parricide 63. A. They had carnal relations while thereat. Illegal Discharge of Firearms with Parricide c. Qualified theft is committed: a. b. b. Luisa committed theft but is exempt from criminal liability because she lives in the same house. Deceit is not an essential element c. SPO1 Villanueva is liable for: a.a. Arturo and Luisa are common law spouses. Carlos is not liable for Consented Abduction because virginity once lost is lost forever. Bribery is qualified if a public officer: a. 61. he forgot to remove the bullet from his chamber. Reckless Imprudence with Parricide d. Deceit is immaterial but important 65. b. they had sexual relations with Vangie and therefore Vangie was no longer a virgin. A. 2011. d.

a. Rosy is liable for Prohibited use of poison. Carlos is liable for Consented Abduction because a girl over 12 but not more than 18 years of age is incapable of giving valid consent. she married within 301 days from the death of her husband. 69. Susan and Zandro are liable for adultery because the written agreement of Johnny and Susan is contrary to public policy and is therefore invalid. c. d. d. his purpose can be considered as lewd. b. 68. Jesus died. . Three months after Remedios delivered her child. Susan and Zandro are liable because they have sexual intercourse under scandalous circumstances. George is not liable for Forcible Abduction because his purpose cannot be considered lewd. a. 70. arrested Y for violation of RA 9165. b. George is liable for Forcible Abduction because he abducted Daphne against her will. George took Daphne against her will for the purpose of marrying her. d. her first love. Rosy put poison in the food of the Labrador dog of Anthony. 67. the dog died. c. Johnny and Susan are husband and wife. Rosy was scolded by Anthony for several times because she was not doing her laundry well. a. Susan and Zandro are not liable because the written agreement of Johnny and Susan is an unbridled license for the commission of adultery. b. Remedios is not liable because the period of 301 days is only for cases where the woman is not pregnant. c. X is liable for Refusal of assistance. When Remedios was 7 months pregnant. Jesus and Remedios are husband and wife. George is liable for Forcible Abduction because there being an impediment to the marriage. Susan and Zandro are not liable because the written agreement of Susan and Johnny does not prove the condonation envisaged by Art. Remedios was charged with premature marriage because being a widow. 344 of the Revised Penal Code. Rosy committed Simple Malicious Mischief. They signed an agreement stipulating that both shall be free to get any mate and live as husband and wife without interference from each other. As a result. Rosy committed Cruelty to animals. For several times. They agreed to live separately because of irreconcilable differences. b. 66. George is married but is separated in fact for 2 years. d. X is liable for Disobedience to order of superior. Susan cohabited with Zandro. c. Jesus who fathered the child. X. Remedios is liable because the law does not provide any exceptions. she married Reynaldo. X is liable for Open disobedience. c.c. a. he ignored a subpoena for him to appear in court and testify in a criminal case filed against Y. Remedios is liable because she got married within 301 days from the death of her husband. a police officer. Rosy is the housemaid of Anthony. b. Carlos is liable because virginity is not to be understood in its material sense as to exclude the abduction of a woman of good reputation. d. Rosy committed Special Malicious Mischief. Remedios is not liable because it was her husband. X is liable for Dereliction of duty. a.

b. He closed the door of his house and locked it with the use of a wire which he tied to a piece of nail on the doorcap. who was then driving a truck refused to give way to the car of the fiscal and even zigzagged in front of the car to prevent it from overtaking his truck. cut the wire with a wire cutter and entered the house of Rodito and took valuables from the house. Taking away by any means. c. Violation of Domicile can be committed by any public officer or employee who: a. X committed a complex crime of Homicide. Taking away by means. method or scheme. 73. Bartolo did not commit Direct Assault because the fiscal was not engaged in the actual performance of his duties. method or scheme. X introduced himself as a fiscal. d. Bartolo. The fiscal signaled the truck to stop which Bartolo did. Bartolo did not commit Direct Assault because he did not lay hands on the fiscal. X committed 2 counts of Robbery and Homicide. method or scheme. 74. without the consent of the owner/raiser. Cattle Rustling means: a. Bartolo drew his gun. and pointed it to the fiscal. Shall search papers or other effects without the previous consent of the owner c. At gunpoint. c. Theft because what was broken was an appurtenant of the door. Rodito is tenant of a dwelling unit. c. of any large cattle for profit. without the consent of the owner/raiser. his neighbor. X. a. Taking away by any means. Robbery and Frustrated Robbery . Bartolo committed Direct Assault upon a person in authority because the performance of duty of the fiscal includes his traveling to the place of work. a provincial fiscal was travelling to a certain municipality to conduct a preliminary investigation. b. of any large cattle whether or not for profit. 71. X held up a car with three passengers. cocked it. without the consent of the owner/raiser. X committed 2 counts of Robbery. b. Shall enter any dwelling against the will of the owner thereof b. He did not get anything valuable item from the driver. of any large cattle with force upon things or intimidation in the highway.d. he took the expensive watches of the two passengers. George is not liable for Forcible Abduction because he had no criminal intent in Abducting Daphne. b. method or scheme. Robbery because the cutting of the wire is considered force upon things. Having entered the dwelling of another with consent refuses to leave when required to leave d. c. without the consent of the owner/ raiser. Robbery with force upon things because he cut off the wire attached to the nail that secured the door. a. d. Zozimo. Taking away by means. Frustrated Robbery and Homicide. Both A and B 72. Theft because what was broken was not the door itself but merely an accessory of the door. Zozimo is liable for: a. 75. of any large cattle for the purpose deriving benefits therefrom directly or indirectly. Bartolo committed Direct Assault because he prevented X from performing his job. Along the way. The driver of the car tried to fight back so X killed him. d.

83. 2 penalties 79. Nothing happened as the poison had no effect at all. He withdrew P50.d. Slight Physical Injuries 80. c. 76. X committed Robbery with Homicide. d. Chain of evidence c. impose the proper penalty on A taking into consideration the Indeterminate Sentence Law. What crime/s did A commit? a. It is the duly recorded authorized movements and handling of seized drugs laboratory equipment from the time of seizure/confiscation to receipt in forensic laboratory to safekeeping to presentation in court to destruction. c. A committed Homicide and Grave Threats. Murder with Frustrated Murder. A hacked B. Frustrated Murder c. X committed: a. A voluntarily surrendered to the police. 6 penalties d. a. c. A committed Homicide with Attempted Homicide. For his part. A committed Homicide and Attempted Homicide. Chain of command b. A shot B and the latter was hit. A committed Homicide with Slight Physical Injuries. Murder with Frustrated Homicide. a. The bullet which hit B also hit C who died as a result. Estafa thru Falsification c. The bullet which hit B also hit C. A committed Homicide. Prision Mayor in any of its periods as minimum to Reclusion Temporal in its minimum period as maximum. Attempted Murder b.000. A committed Homicide with Attempted Homicide. d. B suffered a mortal wound but was saved by timely medical intervention. Homicide and Frustrated Homicide.00 from the bank by counterfeiting the signature of Y. Y drank his coffee laced with poison. a. X mixed poison in the coffee of Y to kill him. Determine the crime committed by A. b. Chain of seizure 78. B sustained slight physical injuries. b. Falsification and Estafa b. a. He missed hitting B but the blade of the bolo landed at the neck of C who died as a result. Homicide with Frustrated Homicide. Theft and Estafa 77. The three-fold rule applies only if there are at least: a. X committed: a. Two crimes of Theft and Estafa thru Falsification d. The crimes of Counterfeiting. 82. X stole the savings passbook of Y. A committed Slight Physical Injuries. Theft. In the preceding problem. 4 penalties c. d. Unknowingly. A shot B. A committed Homicide and Slight Physical Injuries. b was hit. . 3 penalties b. C died. 81. Chain of custody d. Impossible Crime d. b.

88. 86. b. a. concealing a crime. evading execution of judgment. A. a pickpocket. A committed Theft. concealing a crime or causing damage to public interest. A public employee d. Killing a child exactly 3 days old is: a. Insurrection c. 84. Murder d. Nonfeasance d. Prision Mayor in any of its periods as minimum to Reclusion Temporal in its medium period as maximum. evading execution of judgment or causing damage to public interest. Corruption of Public Officers . Preventing arrest. Coup d’etat d. Preventing service of sentence. c. Prision Mayor in any of its periods as minimum to Reclusion Temporal in its maximum period as maximum. Abortion 89. A private person c. It prohibited giving and acceptance of gifts by or to a public officer even during anniversaries or occasions. Using the fictitious name is committed by any person who shall publicly use a fictitious name for the purpose of: a. c. It is known as the improper performance of an act which might be lawfully done. A committed Frustrated Theft. Nuisance 90. Prision Mayor in any of its periods as minimum to Reclusion Temporal in its medium and maximum periods as maximum. he brought out the said item and was surprised because the item is his own watch that he lost a month earlier. or evading the execution of judgment. Concealing a crime. Malfeasance b. 85. When he arrived home. Sedition b. The crime of Expulsion can be committed by: a.b. Parricide c. It refers to a number of persons secretly united and used devious and undercover means to bring about an overturn public affairs or undermine and cause the downfall of a person with a position or authority. Direct Bribery b. d. b. A public officer b. c. Causing damage to public interest. Misfeasance c. Both A and C. A committed no crime. A committed an impossible crime. stole an item in the bag of another person. or preventing service of sentence. a. Indirect bribery c. a. a. d. Infanticide b. d. Cabal 87.

b. B was at the losing end because he was smaller. Child Abuse d. The person liable in death caused in a tumultuous affray is: a. Fraud against the public treasury b. Estafa 92. The person who used violence against the victim.d. Serious Physical Injuries d. Evident premedition b. Juanito committed: a. Murder c. Illegal Exaction d. Mitigating Circumstance b. c. A mother who kills her 2-day old child commits: a. The person who inflicted serious physical injuries. 95. Mutilation b. Malversation c. Slander by deed 93. The person who killed the victim. The person who last attacked the victim. Grave Threats b. d. Bobbitizing c. Homicide b. B bit the ears of A so hard that the ears of A were severed. Alevosia d. he quarreled with his grandfather Jose. Inundation c. When they grappled with each other. Juanito killed his grandfather Jose. Exempting Circumstance c. Attempted Homicide c. It is committed by shooting at another with any firearm without intent to kill: a. Parricide d. Infanticide c. Employment of means to weaken the defense 94. the father of Johnny. PD 46 91. Less Serious Physical Injuries 98. A and B engaged in a fight. Extenuating Circumstance . a. a. Parricide b. When Juanito wa 18 years old. Unjust Vexation d. The Battered Woman Syndrome is a/an: a. They begot a child Juanito. George and Anna cohabited as husband and wife without the benefit of marriage. Violation of RA9262 97. B committed: a. methods or forms of attack that will ensure the commission of a crime without risk on the offender arising from the defense to be put up by the victim. It is the conscious and deliberate adoption of means. Illegal Discharge of Firearm 96. It is a felony committed by collecting as payments objects of a nature different from that provided by law.

It is a crime under the Revised Penal Code where the penalty imposed by law is the same regardless of whether it was intentionally committed or it resulted from negligence. Immoral doctrines c. a public officer acquires ill-gotten wealth in the aggregate amount of at least: a.d. Falsification d. Fraudulent Machination b. Justifying circumstance 99. Charivari 101. a. Tumultous Affray c. Sedition b. It is committed by making immoral or indecent advances to a woman interested in a manner pending before an officer. Coup d’etat d. It is known as mock serenade where persons involved pretend to be serenading but actually the purpose is to create noise. Tumult b. Which one is not a qualifying aggravating circumstance? . The “Severely Restrictive Rule” applies to: a. a. P100 million pesos c. Forgery 104. P45 million pesos d. Unlawful exhibition 106. Insurrection c. P75 million pesos b. Unlawful Utterances c. P50 million pesos 105. Infidelity in the custody of the prisoners b. Violation of RA 3019 c. Gerald punched the daily time record of his co-employee Cesar who was at SM shopping. X committed: a. X distributed materials which glorify crimes or encourage violation of laws. a. Malversation 107. Rebellion b. Abuse against chastity d. Falsification c. Inserting the penis into the anal orifice d. Alarms and Scandal d. Inserting an object into the mouth of another person 100. Counterfeiting b. Unlawful Publication 103. Gerald is liable for: a. Treason 102. Inciting to Sedition d. Rape by Sexual Assault can be committed by: a. Inserting the penis into the genetalia c. Illegal use of public funds d. In plunder. Indecent proposal b.

00. Usurpation of Official Function c. Service rendered under compulsion in payment of his debt . They are referred to as persons who are directly vested with jurisdiction. It is the crime committed by any person who without reasonable ground shall arrest or detain another for the purpose of delivering him to the proper authorities. Usurpation of Authority b. Prince. he started blowing his whistle and directed the flow of traffic. Government Officers c. Prince is liable for what crime? a. under the pretext of reimbursing himself of a debt incurred by an ascendant. retain him in his service b. against the latter’s will. In the course of their verbal tussle. Usurpation of Police Matters 109. under the pretext of reimbursing himself of a debt incurred by an ascendant. Illegal Detention c. d. under the pretext of reimbursing himself of a debt incurred by an ascendant. Zaldy committed the crime of: a. Cynthia was frightened. noticed a heavy traffic in Claro M. Freddie. retain him in his service c. Grave Coercion 112. against the latter’s will. Jaka owes Zaldy P20.000. guardian. Public officers b. reward or promise b. guardian. Intentional Abortion b. against the latter’s will. Persons in Authority d. Grave Threats c. Anyone who. Elective Officials 110. Cynthia suffered abortion. Jimmy threatened to kill Cynthia by pointing a gun at her. with the aid of armed men d. Abortion thru Negligence 111. guardian. whether as an individual or as member of some court or government corporation. A debtor who. Jimmy is liable for: a. a. scoffing at the corpse of the dead. A mortgagor who. against the latter’s will. Jaka failed to pay Zaldy when the loan became due and demandable. Zaldy compelled Jaka to work for him as his beautician. night time c. Unlawful Arrest b. To ease the traffic. or person entrusted with the custody of a minor . or person entrusted with the custody of a minor. Arbitrary Detention d. Recto Road. Jimmy had an altercation with Cynthia. guardian. retain him in his service. Prince approached the taxi driver and confiscated his driver’s license. Usurpation of Right d. Jimmy did not know that Cynthia was pregnant. Exploitation of Child Labor is committed by: a. Unintentional Abortion d. a civilian. board or commission. retain him in his service. a taxi driver ignored his stop sign. 113.a. or person entrusted with the custody of a minor. A creditor who. 108. under the pretext of reimbursing himself of a debt incurred by an ascendant. or person entrusted with the custody of a minor. Price. As a result. a.

Pablo did not commit Terrorism because Rape is not included in Terrorism. . B. A. The period prescribed under Art. a. B. Which of the following is not a felony? a. Jonas took the advice of abner and took an overdose of medicine. 118. Pablo is a serial rapist. Karla is not liable because Treason was committed by A. c. Proposal to Commit Terrorism d. SPO1 Trinidad has to file the appropriate case within 12. d. SPO1 Trinidad arrested Tirso by virtue of a warrant of arrest issued by a court. Jonas is sick with an incurable disease. San Juan. b. Karla is liable for Misprision of Treason. C and D. Pablo committed the crime of Terrorism. a. Jonas died. He wants to end it all. The commission of the crimes had sowed and created a condition of widespread and extraordinary fear and panic among the populace. Karla. Tarlac. c. He requested Abner to suggest to him the best way of committing suicide. Pangasinan. Exploitation of labor c. d. Commiserating with Jonas. b. He committed rape in Manila. Abner. Pablo committed Terrorism because the commission of Rape is a crime result. 18 or 36 hours pursuant to Art.b. C and D did not report it to the authorities as soon as possible as required by law. He confided to his best friend. his intention to commit suicide. They agreed and decided to aid the Chinese by providing the information about the movement of Philippine troops. Quezon City. the girlfriend of C. Illegal Servitude 114. Pablo did not commit the crime of Terrorism because the commission of Rape was not widespread. c. 116. and Pampanga. The period prescribed under Art. Karla is not liable because her relationship with C is an exempting circumstance. C and D are all Filipino citizens. 125 of the Revised Penal Code. Karla is liable for a felony by omission. 115. 125 of the Revised penal Code. Coercion d. C and D supplied the Chinese soldiers with up to date information about the deployment of Philippine Troops. La Union. 125 of the Revised Penal Code applies but it does not include nighttime and after office hours. 125 of the Revised Penal Code does not apply. despite her knowledge of the act committed by A. B. China and Philippines are at war against each other. d. a. Proposal to Commit Sedition 117. Abner suggested to Jonas that he kills himself by taking an overdose of medicine so that it will be painless. Pablo demanded from the government the payment of P10 Million pesos as a condition for him to stop committing the crime. Proposal to Commit Treason b. Cavite. Proposal to Commit Coup d’tat c. a. A. B. Abner is liable for giving assistance to suicide because the crime can be committed by giving positive aid to the suicide such as giving suggestions regarding the mode of commission of suicide. 18 or 36 hours pursuant to Art. b. SPO1 Trinidad has to deliver Tirso to the court that issued the warrant of arrest within 12.

Violation of RA 9264 d. Abner is liable for attempted giving assistance to suicide by giving suggestion to Jonas on how to commit suicide. Is the policeman liable for violation of Parliamentary Immunity? a. X was found dead. On his way to attend a regular session of the House of Congress. A policeman came and arrested Congressman Mauricio. the policeman is liable for Violation of Parliamentary Immunity because the crime that the Congressman committed is frustrated homicide. The person who killed him cannot be ascertained. b. A and B should be charged with murder. A and B should not be charged because it cannot be ascertained who between them inflicted the fatal blow that caused the death of the victim. 120. Yes. After the smoke of battle had cleared. The bullet graced the left arm of the driver and suffered slight physical injuries. the policeman is not liable for Violation of Parliamentary Immunity because he arrested Congressman Mauricio in flagrante delicto. c. the policeman is not liable for Violation of Parliamentary Immunity because Congressman Mauricio was not attending a regular or special session. Preventing the auction b. the Congressman shot the driver with his licensed firearm.b. No. d. 121. Deferring the auction d. pointed to A and B as the persons who stabbed X. Both the Congressman and the driver of the other vehicle alighted. the policeman is liable for Violation of Parliamentary Immunity because the crime committed is attempted homicide. Murder b. During a fiesta celebration. c. a. No. . Reducing the price c. Homicide c. a free for all fight erupted at the middle of the public plaza. b. In the process. A and B should be charged with death caused in a tumultuous affray. Abner is not liable for giving assistance to suicide because he did not perform an overt act in giving assistance to suicide c. Increasing the price. An altercation ensued. Machination in public auction is committed by soliciting any gift or promise as a consideration for refraining from taking part in any auction or attempting to cause bidders to stay away from the auction for the purpose of: a. Congressman Mauricio figured in a vehicular accident. d. It cannot be ascertained though who between A and B inflicted the fatal blow that caused the death of X. Yes. Killing a person by use of explosives is: a. d. Abner is not liable for giving assistance because giving suggestion on how to commit suicide is not a felony. A and B should be charged with homicide. Terrorism 122. Two witnesses however. 119.

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