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  • TITLE 28 The Procedure for Imposing Penalties
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Canon 1482

In any stage and grade of the penal trial, if it becomes clearly

proven that the offense was not perpetrated by the accused, the

judge must declare this in a sentence and absolve the accused,

even if it is also proven that the criminal action is terminated.




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