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Accordingly, it does not need the approval of the CSC. A "consultant" is defined as one who provides professional advice on matters within the field of his specific knowledge ortraining.There is no employer-employee relationship in the engagement of a consultant but that of client-professional relationship
Section Four.- Abuses against chastityArticle 245.Abuses against chastity; Penalties.- The penalties of prision correccional in its medium and maximum periods and temporary special disqualification shall be imposed:1. Upon any public officer who shall solicit or make immoral or indecent advances to a woman interested in matters pending before such officer for decision, or with respect to which he is required to submit a report to or consult with a superior officer;2. Any warden or other public officer directly charged with the care and custody of prisoners or persons under arrest who shall solicit or make immoral or indecent advances to a woman under his custody.If the person solicited be the wife, daughter, sister of relative within the same degree by affinity of any person in the custody of such warden or officer, the penalties shall be prision correccional in its minimum and medium periods and temporary special disqualification.
Title NineCRIMES AGAINST PERSONAL LIBERTY AND SECURITYChapter OneCRIMES AGAINST LIBERTYSection One.- Illegal DetentionArticle 267.Kidnapping and serious illegal detention.- Any private individual who shall kidnap or detain another, or in any other manner deprive him of his liberty, shall suffer the penalty of reclusion perpetua to death:1. If the kidnapping or detention shall have lasted more than five days.2. If it shall have been committed simulating public authority.3. If any serious physical injuries shall have been inflicted upon the person kidnapped or detained; or if threats to kill him shall have been made.4. If the person kidnapped or detained shall be a minor, female or a public officer.The penalty shall be death where the kidnapping or detention was committed for the purpose of extorting ransom from the victim or any other person, even if none of the circumstances above-mentioned were present in the commission of the offense.People of the Philippines vs. Yusop TadahG.R. No. 186226February 1, 2012RULING:We deny the appeal, but modify the penalty and awarded indemnity.We find no reason to reverse the findings of the RTC, as affirmed by the CA.Since the prosecution adduced proof beyond reasonable doubt that the accused conspired to kidnap the victims for ransom, and kidnapped and illegally detained them until they were released by the accused after the latter received the 2,000,000.00 ₱ransom, the imposable penalty is death as provided for in the second paragraph of Article 267 of the Revised Penal Code. The aggravating circumstance of using a motorized vehicle and motorized watercrafts, while alleged and proven, cannot affect the imposable penalty because Article 63 of the Revised Penal Code states that in all cases in which the law prescribes