108.) Bala v. Judge Jimenez.docx - MANUEL V BALA petitioner...

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MANUEL V. BALA, petitioner, vs. THE HON. JUDGE ANTONIO M. MARTINEZ, THE PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, and PAUL AYANG-ANG Probation Officer, Manila Probation Office No. 4, respondents. G.R. No. L-67301 January 29, 1990 Facts: The petitioner by this Petition for Certiorari and Prohibition with Preliminary Injunction and/or Temporary Restraining Order seeks to reverse the order dated April 2, 1984 of the then Court of First Instance (CFI) of Manila Branch XX which denies the to revoke probation filed by Manuel Bala thru counsel for lack of merit. The petitioner had been indicted for removing and substituting the picture of Maria Eloisa Criss Diazen which had been attached to her United States of America passport, with that of Florencia Notarte in effect falsifying a genuine public or official document. The trial court convicted petitioner guilty for falsification of a public document. The petitioner appealed but the CA affirmed in toto the lower court's decision. After the case had been remanded to the court of origin for execution of judgment, the petitioner applied for and was granted probation by the respondent judge.The petitioner was then placed under probation for a period of one (1) year, subject to the terms and conditions enumerated therein. On December 8, 1983, the respondent through Assistant City Fiscal Jose D. Cajucom of Manila filed a motion to revoke the probation of the petitioner before Branch XX of the
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