71.) People v. Molina.docx

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People v. Molina , G.R. NO. 134777-78, July 24, 2000 FACTS: Between 12 and 1 in the morning of March 4 and 5, 1996, brothers Joseph and Angelito Bon-ao, along with their cousin, Danny Vidal, were on their way home when Roland Molina delivered a strong stabbing blow at the back of Joseph. Angelito swiftly went to aid his brother but accused- appellant likewise stabbed him at the back. Then, accused-appellant and his companions,fled the scene.Danny carried Joseph, who was by that time slumped on the ground, to the edge of the road and likewise did the same for Angelito. The police authorities were called and with their help the two brothers were brought to the Clinic for treatment, but Joseph was declared dead on arrival while Angelito was saved only through the expert medical attendance of Dr. Seares. In the course of the trial, it was discovered that Molina was previously charged and convicted of attempted homicide in Criminal Case No. 1133 by the same Regional Trial Court in a decision dated October 9, 1996. Accused was guilty of murder and frustrated murder.
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  • Spring '18
  • criminal law, frustrated murder

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