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   Title, Canon
1 12,501 | according to the canons~on penal trial without the possibility 2 24,1060| patriarchs; (2) bishops in penal cases; (3) those who hold 3 24,1068| adjudicate contentious~and penal cases of the Christian faithful 4 24,1078| Canon 1078~In penal cases the accused, even 5 24,1084| for cann. 1372-1374; (3) penal cases concerning offenses 6 24,1094| could be at stake and for~penal cases; the promoter of justice 7 24,1110| proceed,~even ex officio, in penal cases and in other cases 8 24,1113| always bound to secrecy in~a penal case; they are also thus 9 24,1139| The accused, however, in a penal~trial must always have an 10 24,1152| Canon 1152~1. Every penal action is extinguished by 11 24,1152| and by prescription. 2. A penal action is extinguished by 12 24,1154| Canon 1154~Although a penal action has been extinguished 13 27 | TITLE 27~Penal Sanctions in the Church~ 14 27,1402| must be imposed through a penal trial prescribed in cann. 15 27,1402| weighty~reasons precluding a penal trial, and the proofs of 16 27,1403| hierarch can abstain from a penal process, and even abstain 17 27,1405| legislative power can also issue penal laws insofar as they are 18 27,1405| take care that particular penal~laws be uniform in the same 19 27,1406| cases,~is equivalent to a penal precept.~ 20 27,1407| promised to do it. 3. The~penal warning mentioned in can. 21 27,1409| 1. In the application of penal law, even when the law is 22 27,1409| run out for initiating a penal action for~the prior offense. 23 27,1411| imposed after the time for a penal action has~been extinguished.~ 24 27,1414| penalties who have violated a~penal law or a penal precept, 25 27,1414| violated a~penal law or a penal precept, either by deliberate 26 27,1414| external~violation of a penal law or penal precept has 27 27,1414| violation of a penal law or penal precept has occurred, it 28 27,1414| is violated again after a penal warning.~ 29 27,1419| who can dispense from a penal law or can exempt someone~ 30 27,1419| can exempt someone~from a penal precept, can also remit 31 27,1419| to others by the law or~penal precept.~ 32 27,1420| hierarch who has initiated the penal trial or has~imposed the 33 27,1420| virtue of particular law or a penal~precept, unless the particular 34 27,1430| Canon 1430~1. Penal deprivations can affect 35 27,1430| hierarch who initiated~the penal trial or imposed it by decree; 36 27,1430| decree; the same applies to~penal transfer to another office. 37 27,1432| hierarch who initiated~the penal process or inflicts the 38 28,1468| judge in the matter,~if a penal trial is set in motion later.~ 39 28,1469| is to be taken~through a penal trial or through an extra-judicial 40 28,1471| are to be applied to the penal trial as well as the special 41 28,1472| hierarch has decreed that a penal trial is to be begun, he 42 28,1473| the law itself when the penal trial ends.~ 43 28,1480| month from the day~when the penal case was decided.~ 44 28,1482| any stage and grade of the penal trial, if it becomes clearly~ 45 28,1483| party~can exercise in the penal trial itself a contentious 46 28,1483| in the first grade of the penal trial. 3. The appeal in 47 28,1483| even if an appeal in the penal trial cannot be made; but 48 28,1484| avoid excessive delays in a penal trial, the judge can~postpone 49 28,1484| definitive~sentence in the penal trial. 2. The judge who 50 28,1484| rendering the sentence in a~penal trial even if the penal 51 28,1484| penal trial even if the penal trial is still pending due 52 28,1485| sentence rendered in the penal trial has become a res~iudicata, 53 29,1501| Canon 1501~Unless it is penal matter, if an express prescription


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