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  • TITLE 28 The Procedure for Imposing Penalties
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Canon 1473

To prevent scandal, to protect the freedom of witnesses and to

safeguard the course of justice, the hierarch can, at any stage

and grade of the trial, after hearing the promoter of justice and

after citing the accused, prevent the accused from the exercise

of sacred orders, an office, ministry or another function, can

impose or prohibit residence in some place or territory, or can

even prohibit the public reception of the Divine Eucharist. When

the reason for all these measures ceases, they must be revoked

and they also cease by the law itself when the penal trial ends.




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