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offense 36
offenses 10
offer 10
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36 instance
36 offense
35 doctrine
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offense

   Title, Canon
1 20,978 | only as a penalty for an~offense.~ ~ 2 24,1078| tribunal of the place where the offense was perpetrated.~ 3 25,1212| unless by answering an offense committed by that~party 4 25,1245| free from every kind of offense and pertinent to the case~ 5 27,1401| wounds inflicted by~the offense may receive a cure and to 6 27,1402| trial, and the proofs of the offense~are certain, the offense 7 27,1402| offense~are certain, the offense can be punished by an extra-judicial~ 8 27,1403| repentance, has confessed his offense to the hierarch in~the external 9 27,1403| cannot~do this when it is an offense which carries a penalty 10 27,1405| common law for a~certain offense, but this shall not be done 11 27,1407| penalty, the nature of the offense permits it, the penalty 12 27,1407| advance to desist from the offense, with adequate time given 13 27,1407| to have desisted from~the offense who has sincerely repented 14 27,1409| him who~has committed an offense for the first time, after 15 27,1409| party has not repeated the offense within~the time set by the 16 27,1409| penal action for~the prior offense. 2. If the penalty is indeterminate 17 27,1412| law is changed after the~offense was committed, the law more 18 27,1413| however, who have committed~an offense between their fourteenth 19 27,1415| long as~there is still an offense. Guided by his prudence, 20 27,1416| Canon 1416~When an offense was committed by a recidivist, 21 27,1417| conspire together to commit an offense, and accomplices are not 22 27,1418| who in order to commit an offense did something, or~failed 23 27,1418| intention, did not complete the offense, is not held by the penalty~ 24 27,1418| established for the consummated offense, unless the law or the~precept 25 27,1418| to the execution of the offense,~the perpetrator is to be 26 27,1418| prescribed for a completed offense. 3. One who spontaneously~ 27 27,1418| execution of an initiated offense is free~of any penalty if 28 27,1445| cleric. If,however, the same offense was committed against a 29 27,1447| excommunication, especially if the offense was committed against~a 30 27,1453| deposition, if he persists in the offense. 2. A cleric who~attempts 31 27,1454| falsely accused someone of an offense, is to be punished with 32 28,1468| receives information of an offense,~which at least seems to 33 28,1469| hear the one accused of the offense~and the promoter of justice 34 28,1471| not bound to confess the offense and cannot be asked to take 35 28,1482| clearly~proven that the offense was not perpetrated by the 36 28,1483| damages sustained due to the offense. 2. The~intervention of


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