Criminal Law, Jurisprudence and Procedure

Criminal law is a branch of law concerned with the punishment of individuals who have committed criminal acts such as theft, burglary, assault, and murder. It includes statutes, court decisions, and regulations that define crimes, set punishments, and specify which actors may be held accountable for criminal behavior. Criminal law also establishes defenses that can be used to protect against criminal prosecution and punishment.

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These are the subjects of Criminal Law, Jurisprudence and Procedure Module under New Curriculum.

Book One/Book Two

  • Revised Penal Code
  • Special laws
  • Municipal Law vs International Law
  • Statutes
  • Court Decisions
  • Substantive Law


  • Rules on evidence, electronic evidence, definitions, criminal procedure & procedural law
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