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Canon 1481

1. The offender can propose an appeal even if the judge dismisses him as absolved, solely because the penalty was facultative

or because the judge used the power mentioned in cann. 1409, 1

and 1415. 2. The promoter of justice can appeal whenever it

appears that the reparation of scandal or the restitution of justice has not been provided sufficiently.




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