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What will happen sa bail if found guilty

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1 What will happen sa bail if found guilty on Tue Apr 16, 2013 11:24 am


Arresto Menor
Good day po mga Sir/Madam!

As the title says, ano po ang mangyayari kung ma found guilty ang isang tao na naka bail.

Maibabalik po ba yung pera?
*di po sya naka miss kahit isang hearing

2 counts of simple rape ang kaso
* 8-14 years per count

And kung mag appeal po kami, makakapag post po ba kami ulit ng bail?

Thanks in advance!

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Reclusion Perpetua
non-refundable ang pera and he will be send back to jail. may kaso palang "simple rape?" Very Happy

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Arresto Menor
meron po ba kayong reference? as your signature states, di ka atty so you should back up your answers with references and ano pong kasaya saya sa tanong ko?

So di po pala naisama sa na gain nyo na knowledge itong answer sa thread na ito.

and this one

Respect the post please.

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Reclusion Perpetua
Money paid for bail is non refundable! If proven guilty you will go to jail! if you try to run, the sentence will be longer as simple as that! You are better off to plead 'guilty' so the sentence will be shorterrather than pleading 'not guilty!'

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Arresto Menor
Attorney po ba kayo? pwede po ba makahingi ng link thru PM ng reference nyo? because ung answer nyo po e stated otherwise based sa RULE 114,

Ano po ibig sabihn nitong nasa baba, its cancellation and not forfeiture.


(As amended, December 1, 2000)

RULE 114

Section 22. Cancellation of bail. — Upon application of the bondsmen, with due notice to the prosecutor, the bail may be cancelled upon surrender of the accused or proof of his death.

The bail shall be deemed automatically cancelled upon acquittal of the accused, dismissal of the case, or execution of the judgment of conviction.

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