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Falsification of Private Document

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1 Falsification of Private Document on Sat Apr 07, 2012 6:38 am


Arresto Menor

Back 2003 I was charged of 3 cases, Tumults,Malicious Mischief and Falsification of Private Document. Thru a motion submitted to the court all 3 cases were consolidated into 1. My co-employees arranged for an amicable settlement with the company and I myself decided to continue the case to be heard. Mid-2005 Case was dismissed due to non-appearance of the complainant and counsel. However last October 2011 I received a notice from the court about reopening the archived case i.e. Falsification of Private Document, since as indicated it was never tried and the court needs to rectify their records. I got no problem with it and I am more than willing to settle what needs to be settled. This case is being heard right now but was put on mediation as per complainant's counsel request. I was asked by the complainant's counsel during the mediation of WHAT I CAN OFFER for them to drop the case. In front of the mediator, I told them I cant offer anything at all...On our second mediation meeting Complainant's counsel told me that I just need to pay them, the complainant (A Compnay/University) to pay them the amount of 13thousand. I can pay the amount but for me it's like admitting the commission of the crime whereas I did nothing at all. Anyhow, my question is: the "photocopied" office memorandum that they are presenting is their basis for alleging me to the case, Is that valid enough for them to alleged me of such?


Last edited by AkoyBasurero on Sat Apr 07, 2012 6:44 am; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : lack of info on last sentence)

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2 Re: Falsification of Private Document on Thu Apr 19, 2012 10:09 pm


it's totally your choice if you want to go to trial. discuss it with your lawyer

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