105.) Almero v. People.docx - ENRIQUE ALMERO y ALCANTARA...

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ENRIQUE ALMERO y ALCANTARA, petitioner vs. PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, MIRASOL BARTOLOME, CLARITA P. MATIAS, ROSENDO P. MATIAS, and ANTONIO P. MATIAS, respondents G.R. No. 188191 , March 12, 2014 Facts: Petitioner is the accused for reckless imprudence resulting in homicide and multiple physical injuries. The Municipal Trial Court (MTC) of Labo, Camarines Norte found petitioner guilty and sentenced him to suffer prision correccional in its medium and maximum periods. Petitioner filed an Application for Probation reasoning that he was informed of his conviction only upon being served the warrant for his arrest. Prosecutor Analie Velarde opposed his application on the ground that he was known to be uncooperative, habitually absent, and had even neglected to inform the court of his change of address. On 8 January 2007, the MTC denied his application. He filed a Supplemental Petition, which a) assailed the validity of the promulgation of the 8 January 2007 judgment; and b) impleaded private complainants Mirasol Bartolome, Clarita P. Matias, Rosendo P. Matias and Antonio P. Matias. The RTC found that the MTC committed grave abuse of discretion in rendering judgment without first ruling on his Formal Offer of Exhibits since petitioner had not yet rested his case
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