45 CAJIPE v PEOPLE.docx - #45 CAJIPE v PEOPLE RE When warrant of arrest may issue FACTS Before the DOJ Lilian filed a complaint charging multiple murder

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#45 CAJIPE v. PEOPLE RE: When warrant of arrest may issue FACTS: Before the DOJ, Lilian filed a complaint charging multiple murder against certain police officers from the PNP-HPG and PNP-SAF who were involved in the police action that led to the shooting of her husband and their daughter. After preliminary investigation, the DOJ filed the Information before the RTC indicting all the police officers charged in the complaint. On the following day, the HPG group of accused police officers filed an omnibus motion for judicial determination of probable cause with a prayer to hold in abeyance the issuance of warrants for their arrest. The RTC issued warrants of arrest against the SAF officers but dismissed the case against the HPG officers for lack of probable cause. Lilian moved for reconsideration of the dismissal but it was denied. For a period of 112 days after receipt of the order of dismissal by the public prosecutor, the OSG via Rule
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