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PEOPLE v. CORONA

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2015-09-02
VELASCO JR., J.
Pursuant to Republic Act (R.A.) No. 7610 and in line with our ruling in People v. Cabalquinto,[4] the real name of the victim, as well as any information which tends to establish or compromise her identity shall be withheld. The initials AAA shall be used instead to identify her.
2011-11-14
PERALTA, J.
Consistent with our ruling in People v. Cabalquinto,[4] we withhold the real name of the victim and her immediate family members, as well as any  information which tends to establish or compromise her identity. The initials AAA represent the victim, the initials BBB stand for her aunt, appellant's wife, and the initials CCC refer to one of her relatives.
2011-02-08
PER CURIAM
However, misquoting or twisting, with or without attribution, any judicial decision, statute, regulation or other Works of the Government in judicial writing, if done to mislead the parties or the public, is actionable. Under Canon 3 of the Code of Judicial Conduct, a judge "should perform official duties honestly."[14] Rule 3.01[15] and Rule 3.02[16] of the Code provide that a judge must be faithful to the law, maintain professional competence, and strive diligently to ascertain the facts and the applicable law.
2010-12-15
PEREZ, J.
In line with the ruling of this Court in People v. Cabalquinto,[4] the real name and identity of the rape victim, is withheld and, instead, fictitious initials are used to represent her.  Also, the personal circumstances of the victim or any other information tending to establish or compromise her identity, as well as those of her immediate family, are not disclosed in this decision.  Instead, the rape victim shall herein be referred to as AAA; her mother XYZ; and her uncle, BBB.
2010-01-06
LEONARDO-DE CASTRO, J.
The antecedent facts are culled from the records of this case. Consistent with our ruling in People v. Cabalquinto[5] and People v. Guillermo,[6] this Court withholds the real name of the private offended party and her immediate family members as well as such other personal circumstance or information tending to establish her identity. The initials AAA represent the private complainant and the initials BBB refer to the mother of the private complainant.
2009-06-19
LEONARDO-DE CASTRO, J.
Consistent with our decision in People v. Cabalquinto,[5] the real name of the rape victim in this case is withheld and instead fictitious initials are used to represent her. Also, the personal circumstances of the victim or any other information tending to establish or compromise her identity, as well as those of her immediate family or household members, are not disclosed in this decision.
2008-07-23
CARPIO MORALES, J.
As for the award of moral damages which the appellate court reduced to P50,000 for each count of rape, the same is also in order in accordance with current jurisprudence,  which amount is automatically granted in a rape case without need of further proof other than the fact of its commission.  For it is assumed that a rape victim has actually suffered moral injuries entitling her to such an award.[25]
2007-08-07
GARCIA, J.
Conformably with our decision in People v. Cabalquinto[4] and subsequent cases, the real name of the victim in this case is not disclosed herein. Instead, fictitious initials (AAA) are used to represent her. Likewise, the personal circumstances of the victim, as well as any information tending to establish or compromise her identity and those of her immediate family or household members, are also not disclosed in this decision.
2007-07-27
GARCIA, J.
Consistent with our decision in People v. Cabalquinto,[4] the real name of the rape victim in this case is withheld in this Decision. Instead, fictitious initials (AA) are used to represent her. Also, the personal circumstances of the victim or any other information tending to establish or compromise her identity, as well as those of her immediate family or household members, are likewise not disclosed herein.
2007-05-25
GARCIA, J.
Consistent with our decision in People v. Cabalquinto,[5] the real name of the rape victim in this case is withheld and instead fictitious initials are used to represent her. Also, the personal circumstances of the victim or any other information tending to establish or compromise her identity, as well as those of her immediate family or household members, are not disclosed in this decision.
2007-04-23
GARCIA, J.
In line with our decision in People v. Cabalquinto,[5] the real name of the rape victim in this case is withheld. Instead, fictitious initials are used to represent her. Also, the personal circumstances of the victim or any other information tending to establish or compromise her identity, as well as those of her immediate family or household members, is not disclosed in this decision.
2007-04-13
CALLEJO, SR., J.
We affirm the award of P75,000.00 as civil indemnity, which is awarded if the crime is qualified by circumstances warranting the imposition of the death penalty. The award of P25,000.00 as exemplary damages, in light of the presence of the qualifying circumstances of minority and relationship, is likewise proper.[55] However, in accordance with prevailing jurisprudence, the award of moral damages should be increased to P75,000.00.[56]
2007-02-23
GARCIA, J.
Consistent with our decision in People v. Cabalquinto,[5] the real name of the rape victim in this case is withheld and instead  fictitious initials are used to represent her. Also, the personal circumstances of the victim or any other information tending to establish or compromise her identity, as well as those of her immediate family or household members, are not disclosed in this decision.
2006-11-29
TINGA, J.
Anent the civil liability of appellant, we modify the award of damages in line with prevailing jurisprudence. Consequently, the court finds Carpio liable to AAA in the amount of P75,000.00 as civil indemnity, P75,000.00 as moral damages and P25,000.00 as exemplary damages for each count of rape.[73] The award of civil indemnity, which is in the nature of actual or compensatory damages, is mandatory upon a conviction of rape.[74] On the other hand, the award of moral damages is automatically granted in rape cases