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  • TITLE 28 The Procedure for Imposing Penalties
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Canon 1471

1. With due regard for the canons of this title, unless otherwise indicated by the nature of the matter, the canons on trials

in general and on the ordinary contentious trial are to be applied to the penal trial as well as the special norms on cases

which involve the public good, not, however, the canons on the

summary contentious trial. 2. The accused is not bound to confess the offense and cannot be asked to take an oath.




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