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ft 0 pSf , VO'IhI DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE NATIONAL PROSECUTION SERVICE L. 2018 BAIL BOND GUIDE (New Bail Bond Guide)

MEMORANDUM FOR THE SECRETARY FROM: CITY PROSECUTOR DONALD T. LEE Chairperson, Committee on the 2018 Bail Bond Guide I SUBJECT: FINAL DRAFT 2018 BAIL BOND GUIDE DATE: March 5, 2018 Pursuant to Department Order No. 688 dated October 20, 2017, undersigned members of the Committee on the New Ball Bond Guide, respectfully submits the 2018 Bail Bond Guide updating the recommended bail for the Revised Penal Code as amended by RA 10951 and all special laws within our jurisdiction. Thank you. DONALD T. LEE City Prosecutor and Chairperson, Committee on the New Bail Bond Guide Members: CITY PROSECUTOR' EDWARD M. TOGONON CITY PROSECUTOR JACINTO G. ANG SACP MANUELrLUIS FELIPE ACPI R. MEDRANO STATE COUNSEL IVOOSE JANELLO A. COVARRUBIAS r L

TABLE OF eOI TES TS VIOLATION OF THE REVISED PENAL CODE Abandonment (Arts. 275 - 277) Abduction (Arts. 342 - 343) Abortion (Arts. 256 - 259) Acts of lasclvlousness (Art. 336) Adultery (Art. 333) I Alarms and scandals (Art. 155) Arrest unlawful (Art. 269) Arson (Art. 320) Assaults - Direct (Art. 148) Indirect (Art. 149) Assemblies, Illegal (Art. 146) Associations, Illegal (Art. 147) Attorney, betrayal of trust by (Art. 209) Auctions (Art. 185) Bigamy (Art. 349) Boundaries, altering of (Art. 313) Bribery - Direct (Art. 210) Indirect (Art. 211) Qualified (Art. 211-A) Brigandage (Art. 306) Coercion (Art. 286 -289) Coins (Art. 163) Commission of another crime (Art. 160) Communications, damage and obstruction to (Art. 330) Concealing true name & other personal circumstances or using I fictitious name (Art. 178) Concubinage (Art. 334) Congress (Arts. 143 - 145, 150) Correspondence with hostile country (Art. 120) Corruption of public official (Art. 212) Coup d'etat, rebellion or Insurrection (Arts. 134 & 134-A) Death and physical Injuries under exceptional circumstances (Art. 247) Delay In the delivery of detained persons to the proper judicial Authorities (Art. 125) Delaying release (Art. 126) Delivery of prisoners from jail (Art. 156) Destroying or damaging statues, useful or ornamental public monuments Or painting (Art. 331) Detention, arbitrary (Art. 124) Detention, Illegal (Arts. 267 8i 268) Disturbance In public place, office or establishments (Art. 153) I

Domicile, violation of (Art. 128) Duel (Art. 260) Espionage (Art. 117) Estate (Art. 315) Thru falsification of public, official or commercial documents I (Art. 315 & 171) Evasion of service of sentence (Arts. 157, 158, 159) Expulsion (Art. 127) False testimony (Arts 180 - 184) Falsification (Arts 170 - 176) Fictitious name, use of (Art. 178) Firearms, illegal discharge of (Art. 254) Flight to enemy's country (Art. 121) Forgeries (Arts. 161 - 164; 166 - 168) Frauds (Art. 213) Gambling Grave scandal (Art. 200) Habitual delinquency (Art. 62) Homicide (Art. 249) Immortal doctrines, etc. (Art. 201) Importation of gold, silver, etc. (Art. 187) Impossible crime (Art. 59) Imprudence (Art. 365) Incriminating innocent person (Art. 363) Infanticide (Art. 255) Insolvency (Art. 314) Intriguing against honor (Art. 364) Involuntary servitude (Art. 274) Judges (Arts. 204 - 207, 240) Kidnapping (Art. 267) Libel (Arts 355 -356) Malicious mischief (Arts. 328 - 331) I Maltreatment (Art. 266) Maltreatment of prisoner (Art. 235) Malversation (Art. 217) Malversation thru falsification Marriage contracted against provision of laws (Art. 350) Marriage, premature (Art. 351) Meetings (Art. 131) Minors (Arts. 270 -271, 273, 275 -278, 340) Monopoly (Art. 186) Mortgaged property (art. 319) Murder (art. 248) Mutilation (Art. 262) Mutiny on the high seas (Art. 122) Negligence in prosecution of offenses (Art. 208) jl

I I I Negligence /simple (Art. 365) Neutrality (Art. 119) Pardon (Art. 159) Parricide (Art. 246) Perjury (Art. 183) Physical injuries (Arts. 263 - 266) Picklocks or similar tools (Art. 304) Piracy (Arts. 122 & 123) Prohibited interest (Art. 216) Prohibited transactions (art. 215) Prosecution of offenses (Art. 208) Prostitution (Art. 202) Public officers (Arts. 215 -216, 218 - 222, 223 - 224, 226 - 244) Rape (Art. 266 - A 8i 266 - B) Rebellion, insurrection on coup d'etat (Arts. 134, 134 - A) Religious feeling (Art. 133) Religious worships (Art. 132) Resistance and disobedience (Art. 151) Revealing secrets (Art. 291) Revealing industrial secrets (Art. 292) Robbery (Arts 294 - 303) Search warrant (Art. 129) Sedition (Art. 140) Seduction (Arts. 337 & 338) Seizure of correspondence (Art. 290) Simuiation of births (Art. 347) Slander (Art. 358) Slavery (Art. 272) Suicide (Art. 253) Swindling (Estafa) (Arts. 315, 316, 317, 318) Theft (Arts. 308 & 309) Theft, qualified (Art. 310) Threats (Art. 282 - 285) Tolerance (Art. 208) Trademarks, trade names or service marks (RA 8293) Treason (Arts. 114 - 115) MIsprision of treason (Art. 116) Trespass (Arts. 280 - 281) Tumultuous affray (Arts. 251 - 252) Tumult (Art. 153) Unfair competition (Art. 189) Uniform or insignias, illegal use of (Art. 179) Unjust vexation (Art. 287) Unlawful nominations or appointment to a public office (Art. 244) Unlawful use of means of publication (Art. 154) Usurpation of authority (Art. 177)

Usurpation of civil Status (Art. 348) Usurpation of real rights (Art. 312) Vagrancy and prostitution (Art. 202) Violation of domicile (Art. 128) War, inciting to (Art. 118) White slave trade (Art. 341) \ ; I ' i } I I, Acts I Act No. 55 Act No. 1956 Act No. 2137 Act No. 2172 I Act No. 2548 Act No. 2580 Act No. 2590 Act No. 2706 Act No. 2827 Act No. 3072 Act No. 3073 Act No. 3091 Act No. 3101 Act No. 3342 Act No. 3393 Act No. 3396 Act No. 3573 Act No. 3595 Act No. 3596 i Act No. 3613 Act No. 3708 Act No. 3740 Act No. 3753 I Act No. 3846 Act No. 3883 Act No. 3902 Act No. 3915 Act No. 3941 Act No. 3952 Act No. 4075 r Act No. 4164 Commonwealth Acts

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LIST OF REPEALED PENAL STATUTES REPEALED PENAL LAW NEW PENAL LAW Act 1956 (Insolvency Law) RA 10142 (Financial Rehabilitation and Insolvency Act of 2010) Act 2590 (An Act for Protection of Game and Fish) RA 9147 (Wildlife (Resources Conservation and Protection Act) PD 1219 (Providing for the Exploration, Exploitation, Utilization and Conservation RA 9147 (Wildlife (Resources Conservation and Protection Act) of Coral Resources) RA 7164 (Philippine Nursing Act of 1991) RA 6539 (Anti-Camapping Act of 1972) RA 9165 (Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 as amended) RA 9173 (Pliilippine Nursing Act of 2002) R.A. 10883 (New Anti-Camapping Act of Section 56(f) of RA 4136 (Traffic Code) RA 10586 (Anti Drunk and Drugged RA 6425 (Dangerous Drugs Act of 1972) 2016) Driving Act) PD 1308 (Law Regulating the Environmental Planning Profession in the Philippines) Art. 351 of RPC (Premature Marriage) RA 10587 (Environmental Planning Act of 2013) RA 10655 (An Act Repealing Art. 351 of the RPC) Vagrancy under Art. 202 of RPC RA 10158 (An Act Decriminalizing Vagrancy & Amending Art. 202 of the Art. 186 of RPC (Monopolies and Combinations in Restraint of Trade) R.A. 10667 (Philippine Competition Act) PD 1464 (Tariff and Customs Code of the Philippines of 1978) as amended by RA R.A. 10863 (Customs Modemization and RPC) Tariff Act) 9135 PD 1536 (Metallurgical Engineering Law RA 10688 (Metallurgical Engineering Act of the Philippines) of2015) RA 318 (Chemical Engineering Law) RA 9297 (Chemical Engineering Law of 2004) RA 382 (Regulating the Practice of RA 9268 (Philippine Veterinary Medicine Veterinary Medicine and Surgery) Act of 2004) RA 585 (Regulating the Practice of RA 9266 (Architecture Act of 2004) Architecture) as amended by RA 1581 RA 754 (Regulating the Practice of RA 10657 (Chemistry Profession Act) Chemistry) RA 768 (Philippine Dental Hygienist Law) RA 4209 (Geology Profession Law) RA 9484 (Philippine Dental Act of 2007) RA 4419 (Philippine Dental Act of 1965) RA 4565 (Naval Arcliitecture and Marine Engineering Law) RA 6955 (Anti Mail Order Bride Law) RA 6966 (Philippine Librarianship Act) RA 10166 (Geology Profession Act of 2012) RA 9484 (Philippine Dental Act of 2007) RA 10698 (Naval Architecture Law) RA 10906 (Anti Mail Order Spouse Act) RA 9246 (Philippine Librarianship Act of 2003) RA 8534 (Philippine Interior Design Act of RA 10350 (Philippine Interior Design Act 1998) of2012) RA 8559 (Philippine Agricultural RA 10915 (Philippine Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Act of 2016) Engineering Act of 1998)

t FELONY/OFFENSE PENALTY AMOUNT OF BAIL VIOLATION OF THE REVISED PENAL CODE ABANDONMENT Of person in danger and abandonment of one's own victim (Art. 275) Of child under seven years of age under custody of offender (Art. 276, 1st par.) Arresto mayor Bail not required Arresto mayor Bail not required and fine not exceeding PlOO,000.00 When death of the minor results from such Prision abandonment (Art. 276,2" Par 1 * phrase) correccional P36,000.00 medium and maximum If the life of the minor shall have been in danger only (Art. 276, 2" Par., 2" * phrase Prision P30,000.00 correccional minimum and medium Abandomnent of minor by person entrusted with his custody (Art. 277, Par.) Arresto mayor and fine not Bail not required exceeding PI 00,000.00 Neglect by parents of their duty to give proper Arresto mayor education to their children (Art. 277, 2"'' Par.) and fine not Bail not required exceeding PlOO,000.00 Other forms of abandonment (See P.D. 603, P.152) FELONY/OFFENSE PENALTY AMOUNT OF BAIL ABDUCTION

Forcible (Art. 342) Reclusion P120,000.00 temporal "Frustrated Prision mayor P72,000.00 -Attempted Prision P36,000.00 correccional Forcible abduction with simple rape (Sexual Intercourse) i Reclusion Perpetua No Bail Death No Bail Death No Bail (Art. 342 in rel. to Arts. 266-A, Par. I and 266-B V Par.) 1 Forcible abduction with rape (Sexual Intercourse) qualified by any of the circumstances under Art. 266-B, 2"" , 3 '* & 4 Pars. 1 1 (Art. 342 in rel. to Art. 266B 2" 3"" & 4* Pars. 1 1 Forcible abduction with rape (Sexual Intercourse) qualified by any of the circumstances under Art. 266-B, 5 & 6 Pars. 1 ' 1 i Forcible abduction with rape under Art. 266A Par. 2 (committed by inserting penis into another's mouth, or anal oriface; or any instrument or object, into the genital or anal oriface of another person) Reclusion P200,000.00 Temporal Maximum (Art. 342 in rel. to Art. 266- A 1 Par. 2 and Art. 266-B, 7' Par.) 1 1 ( FELONY/OFFENSE PENALTY AMOUNT OF BAIL i , abduction { 1 Forcible abduction with rape under Art. 266A Par. 2 with any one of the 10 qualifying Temporal circumstances in Art. 266-B, 6 Par. Maximum Reclusion P200,000.00

(Art. 342 in tel. to Art. 266-A Par. 2 and Art. 266-B, 6 and 12 '' Pars.) Forcible abduction with rape under Art. 266A Par. 2 with the use of a deadly weapon or by two or more persons Reclusion P200,000.00 Temporal Maximum (Art. 342 in rel. to Art. 266-A Par. 2 and Art. 266-B, S'*' Par.) I Forcible abduction with rape under Art. 266A Par. 2, where the victim has become insane. Reclusion P200,000.00 Temporal Maximum (Art. 342 in rel. to Art. 266-A Par. 2 and Art. 266-B, 9' Par.) I Forcible abduction with attempted rape with Reclusion homicide under Art. 266- A Par. 2 Perpetua No Bail (Art. 342 in rel. to Art. 266-A Par. 2 and Art. 266-B, 10' ' Par.) Forcible abduction with rape with homicide Reclusion under Art. 266- A Par. 2 Perpetua No Bail (Art. 342 in rel. to Art. 266-A Par. 2 and Art. 266-B, 1Par.) I FELONY/OFFENSE PENALTY AMOUNT OF BAIL I abduction Consented Abduction (Art. 343) Prision P30,000.00 correccional minimum and medium -Frustrated Arresto mayor Bail Not medium and Required maximum

-Attempted Arresto mayor Bail Not Minimum Required - If offender shall use violence on the Reclusion P120,000.00 pregnant woman (Art. 256, No. 1) Temporal - If without using violence, offender shall act Prision mayor P72,000.00 Prision P36,000.00 ABORTION Intentional abortion (Art. 256) I without the consent of the woman (Art. 256, No. 2) I - If the woman shall have consented (Art. 256, No. 3) correccional medium and maximum - If the woman shall practice abortion upon Prision herself or shall consent that another should correccional do so (Art. 258, V Par.) medium and P36,000.00 maximum - If the woman committed abortion upon Prision herself to conceal her dishonor(Art. 258, 2" correccional Par.) minimum and P30,000.00 medium i - If crime be committed by parents of Prision pregnant woman or either of them with the correccional woman's consent to conceal her dishonor medium and (Art. 258, 3rd Par.) maximum P36,000.00 Abortion practiced by a physician or midwife and dispensing of abortive (Art. 259) - With the use of violence (Art. 259, in relation to Art 256, No. 1) Par., Reclusion P120,000.00 Temporal Maximum - Without violence but without consent of the Prision mayor woman (Art. 259, maximum 256, No. 2) Par. in relation to Art P72,000.00

- If the woman shall have consented (Art. 259, Par. in relation to Art. 256, No.3) Maximum period if prision P36,000.00 correccional medium and maximum physician (Art. 259, 2"'* Par.) Arresto mayor and fine not exceeding P100,000.00 Unintentional Abortion (Art. 257) Prision - Dispensation of abortive by a pharmacist without the proper prescription from a Bail Not Required P30,000.00 correccional minimum and medium ACTS OF LASCmOUSNESSS (Art. 336) When the victim is under 12 years of age (Art. 336, as amended by Sec. 5, Par 2 (b) RA7610) P108,000.00 Reclusion Temporal Medium - Against the will of the victim when victim is 12 years of age or over. correccional - with consent of offended woman (Art. 339) Arresto mayor P36,000.00 Prision Bail Not Required ADULTERY (Art. 333) P36,000.00 Prision correctional medium and maximum - If committed while being abandoned with Arresto mayor justification by offended party (Art. 333, 3'* maximum to Par.) prision PI 8,000.00 correccional minimum ALARMS AND SCANDALS (Art. 155) Arresto menor or Bail Not a fine not Required exceeding P40,000.00 ARREST, Unlawful (Art. 269) Arresto mayor and Bail Not a fine not Required

exceeding P100,000.00 ARSON, Destructive (Art. 320 as amended by RA 7695) - Resulting in death Deatli No Bail - Under other qualifying circumstances Reclusion No Bail perpetua to death I - Frustrated Reclusion P120,000.00 Temporal I - Attempted Prision mayor P72,000.00 Prision P36,000.00 ARSON, under other circumstances mentioned in PD 1613. (see PD 1613) ASSAULTS, Direct (Art. 148) - If committed with a weapon or when offender is a public officer or employee or when the offender lays hands upon a person in authority (U sentence) correccional medium and maximum and a fine not exceeding P200,000.00 .1 I If committed without the above attendant circumstances (2" sentence) Prision P18,000.00 correccional minimum and fine not exceeding PlOO,000.00 I Direct Assault with Murder (Arts. 148 and 248 in relation to Art. 48) Death Direct Assault with Frustrated Murder Reclusion No Bail P120,000.00 Temporal Maximum Direct Assault with Attempted Murder Prision Mayor Maximum P72,000.00

Direct Assault with Homicide (Arts. 148 and 294 in relation to Art. 48) Reclusion P120,000.00 temporal maximum - Direct Assault with Frustrated Homicide Prison mayor P72,000.00 maximum - Direct Assault with Attempted Homicide Prison P36,000.00 correccional maximum I I Direct Assault with serious physical injuries Prison mayor (Arts. 148 and 263, No. 1 in relation to Art. 48) maximum Direct Assault with serious physical injuries Maximum period of prision (Arts. 148, sentence and 263, No. 2 in relation to Art. 48) P72,000.00 P36,000.00 correccional medium and maximum and fine of P200,000.00 Direct Assault with serious physical injuries (Arts. 148, 2"* sentence and 263 No. 2 in Maximum period of prision relation to Art. 48) correccional P36,000.00 medium and maximum I Direct Assault with serious physical injuries (Art. 148, sentence and Art. 263, No. 3, in relation to Art. 48) Maximum period of prision P36,000.00 correccional medium and maximum and fine of P200,000.00 I Direct Assault with serious physical injuries (Art. 148, 2" sentence andArt. 263, No. 3, Maximum period of prision in relation to Art. 48) correccional P30,000.00 minimum and medium Direct Assault with serious physical injuries (Art. 148, P sentence and Art. 263, No. 4, P Par. in relation to Art. 48) Maximum period of prision correccional medium and maximum and P36,000.00

fine of P200,000.00 Direct Assault with serious physical injuries (Art. 148, 2"'' sentence and Art. 263, No. 4, Par. in relation to Art. 48) Maximum period of prision P18.000.00 correccional minimum and fine ofP100,000.00 I Direct Assault with serious physical injuries committed with any of the attendant circumstances of parricide or murder, and the injured person becomes insane, imbecile, impotent or blind. Maximum period P120,000.00 of reclusion temporal medium and maximum (Art. 148 and 263 2" Par. I phrase in relation to Art. 48, RPC) Direct Assault with serious physical injuries committed with any of the attendant circumstances of parricide or murder and the injured person losses use of speech, or power to hear or smell, or shall have lost an eye, a hand, a foot, an arm or a leg or shall have lost the use of any such member, or shall have become incapacitated for the work in which he was theretofore habitually engaged. Maximum period of prision P48,000.00 correccional maximum to prision mayor minimum (Arts. 148 and 263 2" Par. 2" phrase, in rel. to Art. 48,RPC) Direct Assault with serious physical injuries I I Maximum period of prision committed with any of the attendant circumstances of parricide or murder and the injured person shall have become deformed, medium and shall have lost any other part of his body, or maximum and shall have lost the use thereof, or have fine of become incapacitated for work for a period P200,000.00 of more than 90 days. (Art. 148 P36,000.00 correccional sentence and Art. 263, 2"* part. 3 phrase in rel. to Art. 48 RPC) - If committed under Art. 148, 2"'' sentence in Maximum period relation to Art. 363 2" Par., 3' ' phrase of prision correccional medium and maximum P36,000.00

ASSAULTS, Indirect (Art. 149) Prision P30,000.00 correccional minimum and medium and fine not exceeding P100,000.00 ASSEMBLIES, Illegal (Art. 146) - Organizers or leaders of illegal assembly Prision P60,000.00 correccional maximum to prision mayor medium - Persons present at illegal assembly, if armed with licensed firearms, bolos, knives Prision P36,000.00 correccional or other deadly weapons. - Persons present at illegal assembly, if not Arresto mayor Bail Not Required armed ASSOCIATIONS, Illegal (Art. 147) - Founders, directors and presidents Prision P30,000.00 correccional minimum and medium and fine not exceeding P200,000.00 Members Arresto mayor Bail Not Required ATTORNEY, betrayal of trust by an; revelation of secrets (Art.209) Prision correccional P18,0000.00 minimum and/ or fine from P40,000.00 to P200,000.00 AUCTIONS, machinations in public (Art.185) Prision correccional P18,000.00 minimum and fine of 10% to 50% of the value of the thing auctioned BIGAMY (Art.349) Prison mayor BOUNDARIES or Landmarks, Altering of Arresto menor (Art.313) and/or fine not Bail Not exceeding Required P20,00.00 P72,000.00

BRIBERY Direct bribery (Art.210) - If public officer agrees to perform an act constituting a crime and the same has been committed Par.) Prision mayor minimum and medium and fine not less than 3x P60,000.00 the value of gift, in addition to the penalty corresponding to the crime agreed upon, if I committed. - If public officer agrees to perform an act not constituting a crime and the same has not Prision mayor been accomplished (2"* Par., medium and fine phrase) minimum and P60,000.00 not less than 3x I the value of gift. - If public officer agrees to perform an act Prision not constituting a crime and the same has not correccional been accomplished (2"'' Par., last phrase) medium and fine P30,000.00 not less than twice the value of tgift. - If public officer refrains from doing something which it was his official duty to correccional do (Art.210, 3 Par.) maximum to Prision P48,000.00 prision mayor minimum and fine not less than 3x the value of gift. Indirect Bribery (Art. 211) Prision correccional P36,000.00 medium and maximum Qualified Bribery (Art. 211-A as amended by i Sec. 4. R.A. 7659) - If any public official is entrusted with law Same penalty for enforcement and he refrains from arresting or the offense not prosecuting an offender who has committed a prosecuted No Bail crime punishable by reclusion perpetua I and/or death in consideration of any offer, promise, gift or present. - If it is the public officer who asks for or demands such gifts or present. Death No Bail BRIGANDAGE (Art.306, as amended by P.D.532) -If kidnapping for ransom or extortion, or murder, or homicide or rape is committed as a result or on the occasion thereof (Sec. 3(b), 3 '* sentence, PD 532) Death No Bail

- If physical injuries or other crimes are committed during or on the occasion of the Reclusion commission thereof (Sec. 3(b), 2"* sentence, and maximum temporal medium P120,000.00 PD 532) - If none of the above attendant Reclusion circumstances are present (Sec. 3(b), sentence, PD 532) temporal Aiding highway robbers/brigands or abetting highway robbery/brigandage (Art. 307, as amended by Sec. 4, P.D. 532) - If the principal has committed kidnapping I for ransom or extortion, murder or homicide or rape as a result or on the occasion thereof. P90,000.00 minimum Reclusion perpetua No Bail brigandage I - If the principal has committed physical injuries or other crimes are committed during or on the occasion of the highway Prision mayor maximum to P90,000.00 reclusion temporal robbery/brigandage minimum. - If the principal has committed brigandage/highway robbery without the Prision mayor maximum P72,000.00 above attendant circumstances COERCION - Grave coercion (Art. 286,1 Par. as amended by R.A. 7890) Prision correccional and fine not exceeding P36,000.00 P100,000.00 - If the coercion be committed in violation of I the exercise of the right of suffrage or to compel another to perform any religious act or to prevent him from exercising such right Prision mayor and fine not exceeding PI 00,000.00 P72,000.00 or from doing such act (Art. 286, 2" Par., as amended by RA 7890) Arresto mayor Light coercion (Art. 287, Par.) minimum and fine equivalent to the value of the thing I Bail Not Required seized but not less P15,000.00 Other coercions or unjust vexations (Art 287, 2"' Par.) Other similar coercions (Compulsory purchase of merchandise and payment of wages by means of tokens) (Art. 288) Arresto menor and/or fine from Bail Not P1,000.00 to P40,000.00 Required Arresto mayor and/or fine from P40,000.00 to PIOO,000.00 Bail Not Required

COINS. (Making, importing and uttering false coins, in connivance with counterfeiters or importers) (Art. 163 as amended by R.A. 4202 and R.A. 10951) - If the counterfeited coin be any of the coinage of the Philippines (Art. 163, Par 1) Prision correctional minimum and P30,000.00 medium and fine not exceeding P400,000.00 - If the counterfeited coin is currency of a foreign country (Art. 163, Par. 2) Prision correccional minimum and fine P18,000.00 not exceeding P200,000.00 Mutilation, defacement or destruction of Prision coins (Art. 164 as amended by PD 247 and correccional RA 10951) minimum and fine P18,000.00 not exceeding P400,000.00 - Importation or utterance of mutilated coins Prision in connivance with mutilators or importers correctional (Art. 164) minimum and fine not exceeding P18,000.00 P400,000.00 Possessing with intent to utter, uttering or selling false or mutilated coins without connivance with mutilators or importers (Art. 165) - Under Art. 163, Par. 1 Arresto mayor medium and maximum and Bail Not fine not exceeding Required P400,000.00 - Under Art. 163, Par. 2 Arresto mayor maximum and - Under Art. 164 as amended by PD 247 fine not exceeding Bail Not P200,000.00 Arresto Mayor Required maximum and Commission of another crime during service of penalty imposed for another previous offense. (Art. 160) COMMUNICATION, Damage and obstruction to means of (Art. 330) fine not exceeding Bail Not P400,000.00 Required Maximum period of penalty for new felony committed Bail corresponding to the penalty of the new felony

- Damaging any railway, telegraph or telephone lines Par.) Prision correccional P36,000.00 medium and maximum - If the damage shall result in any derailments of cars, collisions or other Prision mayor P72,000.00 accident (2"'' Par.) CONCEALING TRUE NAME AND OTHER PERSONAL CIRCUMSTANCES OR USING FICTITIOUS NAME (Art. 178) - For the purpose of concealing a crime, evading the execution of a judgment causing damage (Par. 1) Arresto mayor and not fine not Bail Not exceeding Required P100,000.00 - Simple concealment (Par. 2) Arresto menor or fine not exceeding Bail Not P40,000.00 Required CONCUBINAGE (Art. 334) Prision - For husband (P* Par.) correccional minimum and P30,000.00 medium - For concubine (2" Par.) Destierro Bail Not Required CONGRESS Act tending to prevent the meeting of Congress and similar bodies (Art. 143) Prision correccional and/or fine firom P36,000.00 P40,000.00 to P400,000.00 Disturbance of proceeding (Art. 144) Arresto mayor or fine from Bail Not P40,00.00 to P200,000.00 Required Violation of Parliamentary Immunity (Art. 145, phrase) Prision mayor - Arresting or searching members of the Prision Congress while it is in session (Art. 145, 2"'' correccional phrase) P72,000.00 P36,000.00

Disobedience to summons issued by Arresto mayor Congress, its committees/subcommittees or and/or fine from divisions, refusing to be sworn, refusing to answer any legal inquiry, restraining another from attending as a witness and inducing P40,000.00 to P200,000.00 Bail Not Required disobedience. (Art. 150) CORRESPONDENCE WITH HOSTILE COUNTRY (Art. 120) I - If correspondence has been prohibited by Prision the government (No. 1) correcccional - If correspondence is carried on in ciphers or conventional signs (No. 2) Prision mayor P72,000.00 - If notice or information be given thereby which might be useful to the enemy (No. 3, I P36,000.00 Reclusion temporal P120,000.00 sentence) - If the offender intended to aid the enemy by Reclusion giving such notice or information (No. 3, 2"' temporal to death sentence) (death can not be imposed as a P120,000.00 crime is not included in RA 7659). CORRUPTION OF PUBLIC OFFICIALS (Art. 212) - Under Arts. 210 and 211 Same penalties as those in Arts. 210 a

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