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Canon 1484

1. To avoid excessive delays in a penal trial, the judge can

postpone a trial for damages until he has rendered a definitive

sentence in the penal trial. 2. The judge who does this must

take cognizance of damages after rendering the sentence in a

penal trial even if the penal trial is still pending due to a

proposed challenge or if the accused has been acquitted for a

reason which does not take away the obligation of repairing the

damages.




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