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[ GR No. 40407, May 31, 1934 ]

PEOPLE v. ARSENIA DIAZ +

DECISION

G. R. No. 40407

[ G. R. No. 40407, May 31, 1934 ]

THE PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, PLAINTIFF AND APPELLEE VS. ARSENIA DIAZ, REMEDIOS DAYRIT, SALVADOR FLORES, MARCOS SAMONTE AND SATURNINA DIAZ, DEFENDANTS AND APPELLANTS.

D E C I S I O N

J. STEVENS-ACTING CLERK OF COURT

This court having regularly acquired jurisdiction for the trial of the above-entitled cause submitted by both parties for decision,after consideration thereof by the Court upon the record, its decision and order for the judgment having been filed on the ________14th________day of ________May________, A. D. nineteen hundred and _________thirty-four________;

By virtue thereof it is hereby adjudged and decreed that the order of the Court of the First Instance of ___________Rizal________, dated the __________24th__________ day of __________July____________, nineteen hundred and ___________thirty-three____________, and from which the above-entitled appeal was taken, be, and the same is hereby, reversed as to Marcos Samonte and Saturnina Diaz and they are acquitted with 2/5 of the costs de oficio. The bond they gave for the provisional liberty will be cancelled. Said judgment is modified as to Arsenia Diaz, Remedios Dayrit and Salvador Flores, who are found guilty of the crime of slight physical injuries and each sentenced to 11 days of arresto menor in the municipal jail in Caloocan, province of Rizal, to pay 1/5 of the costs. The costs amount to P24.00, for the collection of which the trial Judge shall proceed by summary proceedings.

It is further ordered that the said cause be remanded to the Court of First Instance.


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