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Canon 1469

1. With due regard for cann. 1403 and 1411, if the investigation seems sufficiently instructed, the hierarch is to decide

whether the process for imposing a penalty is to be used and if

he decides in the affirmative, whether the action is to be taken

through a penal trial or through an extra-judicial decree. 2.

The hierarch is to revoke or change his decision whenever it appears to him from new facts and circumstances, that a different

decision is called for. 3. Before he decides anything in the

matter, the hierarch is to hear the one accused of the offense

and the promoter of justice and also, if he deems it prudent, two

judges or others expert in the law. The hierarch is also to consider whether, in order to avoid a pointless trial, it is expedi-about the question of damages with the consent of the parties.




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