• War on Terrorism
    Nuremberg principles; Principle VI category (a), (b) & (c), Crimes against peace, War crimes, Crimes against humanity, as guilty to be war aggressor, which is considered to be a war crime. Even though the U.S is still on its rampage in “eliminating and eradicate” terrorism, it cannot always hide its true...
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  • 7 Causes of Crimes and its Prevention
    5.4.1 DISASTER MANAGEMENT AND PREPAREDNESS 5.4.1.6 CAUSES OF CRIMES AND THEIR PREVENTION The True State of the Philippines: Crime in a Culture of Corruption by Ruel F. Pepa, New Junkie Post, Jul. 21, 2013 Causes of Criminality Common causes of criminality can be traced through sociological...
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  • Us vs. Fowler, Us vs. Bull Case Digests
    provisions of the law are clear only on civil and maritime cases but not on criminal cases committed on board. Art. No. 400, states that the Philippines has jurisdiction only with the crimes committed in a ship registered in the Philippines or those within the territorial jurisdiction of the...
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  • Death Penalty Implementation
    , adding that regardless of whether it’s re-imposed or not, criminals will continue to commit crimes with little fear or restraint as long as the police are inept and the justice system is so frustratingly slow. Let it be resolved that the DEATH PENALTY be reenacted in the Philippines. Ladies and...
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  • Criminal Code
    Section 1. This Code shall be known and cited as the Criminal Code of the Philippines. It shall take effect on 01 January 2015. Section 2. The following terms are defined: Code – the Criminal Code of the Philippines Crime – conduct defined and penalized under this Code and special penal laws Person...
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  • Impeachment Process
    Philippine Political Law, citing a report of the special committee of the House of Representatives that investigated the impeachment charges against former President Elpidio Quirino in 1949, opined that "other high crimes" have been interpreted as those offenses which, like treason and bribery, are so...
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  • thank you speech
    Purisima is a product of the public school system. After graduating high school, he enrolled in the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) in 1977. He is part of DIMALUPIG class 1981. After his graduation from the PMA, he joined the Philippine Constabulary. He earned a Masters of public Administration degree...
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  • E-Commerce
    Bureau of Investigation and Philippine National Police are continuously beefing up their skills. It is sad to note however that they have not received any form of funding for their training and cyber crime equipment. Whatever they have right now are donated by foreign governments in the form of...
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  • Death Is Fair
    Crimes. They have been very eminent nowadays. Different trials, different decisions are made. Many countries have decided to have a death penalty as a way of punishment for the heinous crimes certain people have done, except the Philippines. In 1987, death penalty was abolished. This gave the...
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  • Ojt Experience
    Death Penalty isn't equally as serious as the crime? Lowe,Wesley. (2011, January). Pro Death Penalty Web Page Retrieved September 10, 2011, from http://www.wesleylowe.com/cp... Premium * Death Penalty In The Philippines on February 5, 1999. He was the first to be executed after the Philippines...
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  • Securitization of Small Arms and Light Weapons in the Southeast Asian Region
    private arms dealers, find their way to the arsenals of rebel groups in the region, from guerilla groups in Myanmar, to separatists in the Philippines and Aceh, Indonesia. Organized crime syndicates, including triads in East Asia, Thai gangsters, even the Russian mafia utilize these illicit networks...
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  • NSTP 1
    . 9327 – an act to secure the state and protect people from terrorism Commonwealth act no. 616 – espionage law and republic act no. 9 – republic of the Philippines military assistance act. ---define espionage as a crime against the Filipino citizen. Failure to observe the terms and conditions is...
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  • Philippines: Continuing Child Detention with Adults in Police Lockups, Arbitrary Detention of “Rescued” Street Children, and Extrajudicial Execution of Children Accused of Violating the Law
    of jailing them with adult crime suspects under sub-human conditions smacks of unlawful discrimination committed by government functionaries, along with law enforcers, on account of the children’s bleak economic status. The Philippine government should fulfill its CRC obligation to provide...
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  • Democracy vs. Martial Law
    gain also more freedom to kill media people. It is a directly proportional freedom. Moreover, there is also an increase of murder and massacre crimes in the Philippines wherein still today these form of crimes were not yet totally solved though some cases were filed. Though democracy is the...
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  • Yeepee
    A. Prostitution in the Philippines 1. Propagation of prostitution during the time of the Spanish Colonization in the Philippines  The rape of native women by the Spaniards created a reserve of “fallen” women who became available to service not only the homesick Spanish troops and dignities, but...
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  • The Police Visibility and Its Effect in Crime Prevention and Control
    reduce crime and disorder.Intensive patrol around identified hot spots of crime and disorder, however, has been demonstrated to reduce crime and disorder at those hot spot Local Literature The Philippines has specific criminal laws that deal squarely with specific crimes. These laws can be...
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  • Film Piracy and It's Effects in the Industry
    Philippines. I think very few here can be holier-than-thou and say they haven't bought a pirated game, bootleg DVD or other counterfeit good at some point. Yet most of us agree that piracy is a crime. Read my Infotech article "Game piracy may be financing other crimes: ESA exec," based on my e-mail...
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  • Term Paper Hohoho
    This paper aims at emphasizing the importance of the cybercrime law Philippines approved on 12 September 2012. In this paper, A SWOT Analysis is conducted to indentify the internal factors (strength and weaknesses) and external factors (opportunities and threats). It is found that some articles of...
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  • Death Penalty
    tourism student from UST was stabbed to death by two sspects, brothers, who have been arrested. Republic Act 7659 or the Death Penalty Law was repealed by Republic Act 9346 or the Law Prohibiting the Imposition of Death Penalty in the Philippines. Under the law, those convicted of heinous crimes...
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  • Death Penalty
    | * Banishment/Exile  * Castaway  * Felons * Marooning  * Ostracism  * Outlaw  * Petalism | Related topics | * Crime  * Death row  * Death penalty (NCAA) * Last meal  * Penology | * v  * t  * e | Capital punishment in the Philippines has a varied history and was...
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