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   Title, Canon
1 12,494 | unconditionally or on a trial basis~for five years. In 2 12,501 | according to the canons~on penal trial without the possibility 3 22,996 | external~forum outside of a trial with the exception of those 4 24,1055| 1055~1. The object of a trial is: (1) to prosecute or 5 24,1084| cannot be established for a trial of first instance, while 6 24,1089| Canon 1089~In any trial a single judge can make 7 24,1114| of their functioning in a trial.~ 8 24,1118| any stage or grade of a trial; a~judge can likewise declare 9 24,1118| persons and the~manner of the trial, are to be proposed before 10 24,1120| incompetence during any~stage of trial must declare that incompetence.~ 11 24,1122| is, on the same grade of trial~with it unless it is necessary 12 24,1124| is to see to it that the trial is not overly prolonged 13 24,1129| penalties all who assist at the trial and who are seriously lacking 14 24,1133| At the completion of the trial documents which belong to~ 15 24,1134| baptized or not, can act in a trial; however, the~respondent 16 24,1135| present~in person at the trial when the law or the judge 17 24,1136| use of reason can stand trial~only through their parents 18 24,1136| to be represented in the trial by a guardian or curator 19 24,1136| mental capacity can~stand trial personally only to answer 20 24,1138| 1. Juridic persons stand trial through their legitimate 21 24,1138| representative. 2. Whenever, in a trial, a good is in danger,~which, 22 24,1138| also required to begin the trial or to contest it. 3. In 23 24,1138| hierarch himself can stand trial personally or through another 24 24,1139| accused, however, in a penal~trial must always have an advocate 25 24,1139| judge. 3. In a contentious trial which~involves minors or 26 24,1143| renounce~an action, instance of trial or judicial acts, make a 27 24,1145| can be expelled~from the trial by the judge by means of 28 24,1156| the same judge in the same trial either due to~a connection 29 25 | TITLE 25~The Contentious Trial~ 30 25,1190| parties were present for the~trial.~ 31 25,1191| decree of citation to the trial must be forwarded immediately 32 25,1191| a deposition during the trial. 3. If the suit is~filed 33 25,1191| who~is bound to enter the trial in the respondent's name 34 25,1204| Canon 1204~When a trial is abated, each of the litigants 35 25,1205| at any stage or grade~of trial; both petitioner and respondent 36 25,1216| regarding the matter under trial and~made before a competent 37 25,1218| been~introduced into the trial.~ 38 25,1220| Canon 1220~In every type of trial, proof by means of both 39 25,1225| have probative force in a trial unless they are~originals 40 25,1231| represent the parties in the trial; the judge and assistants,~ 41 25,1248| directly upon the matter of the~trial. 2. Use of a tape recorder 42 25,1267| had whenever, after the trial has begun, a~question is 43 25,1272| respondent absent from the trial and is to decree that the~ 44 25,1273| is to take care that the trial is not~intentionally prolonged 45 25,1275| party who is absent from the trial, who has not given~proof 46 25,1275| respondent were absent from the~trial, they are jointly obliged 47 25,1277| judge must summon to the trial a~third party whose intervention 48 25,1289| they are involved in~the trial, if the issue is plainly 49 25,1294| the parties arise~from the trial and how they must be fulfilled; ( 50 25,1295| if they took part in the trial. 2. Next,~it must briefly 51 25,1301| sentence if it stops the trial, or if it puts an end to 52 25,1301| if it puts an end to the~trial or to some grade of the 53 25,1301| or to some grade of the trial as regards at least some~ 54 25,1303| force or grave fear; (4) the trial~was instituted without the 55 25,1355| in a lower grade~of the trial the oral contentious process 56 25,1356| the ordinary contentious~trial are to be observed. However, 57 26,1368| and the other acts~of the trial, are to be sent ex officio 58 26,1368| was~in the first grade of trial, the appellate tribunal 59 26,1368| examination of a new grade of trial, after considering the observations 60 26,1376| the ordinary contentious trial are to be applied unless 61 26,1386| the~ordinary contentious trial are to be observed unless 62 27,1402| imposed through a penal trial prescribed in cann. 1468- 63 27,1402| reasons precluding a penal trial, and the proofs of the offense~ 64 27,1403| not yet been brought to trial, moved by~sincere repentance, 65 27,1420| has initiated the penal trial or has~imposed the penalty 66 27,1430| who initiated~the penal trial or imposed it by decree; 67 28,1468| in the matter,~if a penal trial is set in motion later.~ 68 28,1469| be taken~through a penal trial or through an extra-judicial 69 28,1469| order to avoid a pointless trial, it is expedi-about the 70 28,1471| the ordinary contentious trial are to be applied to the 71 28,1471| be applied to the penal trial as well as the special norms 72 28,1471| the~summary contentious trial. 2. The accused is not bound 73 28,1472| has decreed that a penal trial is to be begun, he is to 74 28,1473| any stage~and grade of the trial, after hearing the promoter 75 28,1473| law itself when the penal trial ends.~ 76 28,1475| 1475~1. In any grade of the trial, renunciation of the instance 77 28,1475| of whose deliberation the~trial was set in motion. 2. For 78 28,1475| declared to~be absent from the trial.~ 79 28,1482| stage and grade of the penal trial, if it becomes clearly~proven 80 28,1483| can exercise in the penal trial itself a contentious action 81 28,1483| first grade of the penal trial. 3. The appeal in a case 82 28,1483| if an appeal in the penal trial cannot be made; but if~both 83 28,1483| to be a single appellate trial with due regard for can. 84 28,1484| excessive delays in a penal trial, the judge can~postpone 85 28,1484| the judge can~postpone a trial for damages until he has 86 28,1484| definitive~sentence in the penal trial. 2. The judge who does this 87 28,1484| the sentence in a~penal trial even if the penal trial 88 28,1484| trial even if the penal trial is still pending due to 89 28,1485| sentence rendered in the penal trial has become a res~iudicata,

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