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Warrant of arrest and reduce of bail.

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1 Warrant of arrest and reduce of bail. on Thu Jan 24, 2013 9:34 am

seeking_justice2013


Arresto Menor
Magandang araw sa lahat.

May hearing ako dapat this jan. 25 for the reduction of my bail related to my case estafa thru falsification of commercial documents. pero sabi sa rtc. hindi raw sila nghehearing this january dahil inventory. so na move ito ng feb. 8, 2013.

kahapon may nagpuntang sibilyan at nakakotseng lalake sa bahay namin at hinahanap ako may dalang sulat. malamang yun ay pulis at dala ang warrant ko para ako ay arestuhin. hindi ko po alam ang ggwin ko. sa feb. 8, 2013 pa nakaset ang hearing ko para ireduce ang bail ko.

natatakot po ako na baka pati dito sa trabaho ko ay puntahan nila ako para arestuhin. hindi ko po alam ang pwede kong gawin?

sana mapayuhan ninyo ako.

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2 Re: Warrant of arrest and reduce of bail. on Thu Jan 24, 2013 10:35 am

shad_marasigan


Reclusion Perpetua
maghanap ka ng bailor na authorized ng court. be careful with choosing maraming manloloko ngayon. kung ako sa iyo, just get some advice (tsismis) from the court employees, kung sino ang pinaka magaling at pinaka mabilis mag process ng bail sa murang halaga. sana makatulong ito.

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3 Re: Warrant of arrest and reduce of bail. on Thu Jan 24, 2013 10:54 am

seeking_justice2013


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Thank you sa pagreply shad_marasigan. me and my family are trying to source out para makakuha ng pera at para i full nalang namin ang bail instead of waiting sa feb. 8 para mareduce ito. hopefully, tom. makapagbail na.

thanks.

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4 Re: Warrant of arrest and reduce of bail. on Thu Jan 24, 2013 11:29 am

shad_marasigan


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if this proved futile, you could resort to security bond. they can ask the court to help you bail.

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5 Re: Warrant of arrest and reduce of bail. on Fri Jan 25, 2013 1:57 pm

seeking_justice2013


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naka pag bail ako kanina. i'm just worried kasi ung mga pulis na pumunta sa amin nung wednesday ay araw araw na pumupunta sa bahay. hanggang kanina nainform ako ng mother ko na nagpunta ulit ang mga ito. hindi parin nakauniporme at pinapayuhan akong pumunta sa opisina nila na hindi ko naman gnwa. nag file ako ng bail voluntarily dun mismo sa rtc para legal.

this policemen are convincing my mother na tutulungan daw nila ako sa kaso ko. which is i doubt. ano kaya ang dapat kong gawin sa kanila. shall i report them? pero nakakatakot baka balikan nila kami. lalo pat alam na nila kung saan kami nakatira.

hinahanapan pa nila ang mother ko ng litrato ko. which is nakakatakot. para araw arawin nila ang pagpunta sa bahay
sadyang nakakabahala.

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6 Re: Warrant of arrest and reduce of bail. on Sat Jan 26, 2013 8:56 pm

attyLLL


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you don't need to communicate with them, but it may be a good idea to give your mother a copy of the Order lifting the warrant of arrest, so it can be showed to them


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7 Re: Warrant of arrest and reduce of bail. on Sat Jan 26, 2013 9:58 pm

seeking_justice2013


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Thanks atty. nabigyan ko na din ng copy ang mother ko.

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8 Re: Warrant of arrest and reduce of bail. on Sat Jan 26, 2013 10:13 pm

seeking_justice2013


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atty. ano po ba ang nagaganap during arraignment? pasensya na po wala po talaga akong alam.

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9 Re: Warrant of arrest and reduce of bail. on Sun Jan 27, 2013 10:57 am

shad_marasigan


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Arraignment and plea - This is what happens during arraignment.

1. The accused must be arraigned before the court where the complaint or information was filed or assigned for trial. The arraignment shall be made in open court by the judge or clerk by furnishing the accused with a copy of the complaint or information, reading the same in the language or dialect known to him, and asking him whether he pleads guilty or not guilty. The prosecution may call at the trial witnesses other than those named in the complaint or information.

2. The accused must be present at the arraignment and must personally enter his plea. Both arraignment and plea shall be made of record, but failure to do so shall not affect the validity of the proceedings.

3. When the accused refuses to plead or makes a conditional plea, a plea of not guilty shall be entered for him.

4. When the accused pleads guilty but presents exculpatory evidence, his plea shall be deemed withdrawn and a plea of not guilty shall be entered for him.

5. When the accused is under preventive detention, his case shall be raffled and its records transmitted to the judge to whom the case was raffled within three (3) days from the filing of the information or complaint. The accused shall be arraigned within ten (10) days from the date of the raffle. The pre-trial conference of his case shall be held within ten (10) days after arraignment.

6. The private offended party shall be required to appear at the arraignment for purposes of plea bargaining, determination of civil liability, and other matters requiring his presence. In case of failure of the offended party to appear despite due notice, the court may allow the accused to enter a plea of guilty to a lesser offense which is necessarily included in the offense charged with the conformity of the trial prosecutor alone.

8. Unless a shorter period is provided by special law or Supreme Court circular, the arraignment shall be held within thirty (30) days from the date the court acquires jurisdiction over the person of the accused. The time of the pendency of a motion to quash or for a bill or particulars or other causes justifying suspension of the arraignment shall be excluded in computing the period.


Note that there is a duty of court to inform accused of his right to counsel. – Before arraignment, the court shall inform the accused of his right to counsel and ask him if he desires to have one. Unless the accused is allowed to defend himself in person or has employed counsel of his choice, the court must assign a counsel de officio to defend him.

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