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The Procedure for Imposing Penalties

Canon 1468

1. Whenever the hierarch receives information of an offense,

which at least seems to be true he shall cautiously inquire personally or through another suitable person about the facts and

circumstances unless this investigation appears to be entirely

superfluous. 2. Care must be taken lest anyone's good name be

endangered by this investigation. 3. The one who conducts the

investigation has the same powers and obligations as an auditor

in the process; this person cannot act as a judge in the matter,

if a penal trial is set in motion later.




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