Philippine Criminal Law: Consequences of Disqualification

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Under Art. 29 of the Revised Penal Code, offenders undergoing preventive imprisonment are credited with the full time spent if they agree to follow prison ______.

rules

The prisoner agrees to follow prison rules but is unwilling to sign, they are credited with ______ of the time.

4/5

The computation of preventive imprisonment includes good conduct time allowance but excludes ______ and those charged with heinous crimes.

recidivists

The penalties outlined in Art. 31-35 of the Revised Penal Code have distinct effects based on their ______.

nature

Perpetual absolute disqualification results in the loss of ______ office.

public

Perpetual absolute disqualification also entails the forfeiture of ______ benefits.

retirement

An official convicted of perpetual absolute disqualification will lose their ______ rights.

voting

One who is sentenced to destierro will be released after ______ days.

30

Immediate release occurs when preventive imprisonment equals the maximum possible ______.

sentence

Preventive imprisonment is deducted from the ______, including reclusion perpetua, capped at 30 years.

sentence

Learn about the effects of temporary absolute disqualification on a person's benefits, including office deprivation and loss of retirement benefits. Understand the implications on voting rights in plebiscites.

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