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7.The mitigating circumstance of immediatevindication of a grave offense cannot beappreciated in a case where8.To save himself from crashing into an
unlighted truck abandoned on the road, Joseswerved his car to the right towards thegraveled shoulder, killing two bystanders. Ishe entitled to the justifying circumstance ofstate of necessity?
9.The mental capacity to understand thedifference between right and wrong.10. Deeply enraged by his wife’s infidelity, the
husband shot and killed her lover. Thehusband subsequently surrendered to thepolice. How will the court appreciate themitigating circumstances of (i) passion orobfuscation, (ii) vindication of a graveoffense, and (iii) voluntary surrender that thehusband invoked and proved?a.It will appreciate passion or obfuscationandvoluntarysurrenderasonemitigating circumstance and vindicationof a grave offense as another.b.It will appreciate all three mitigatingcircumstances separately.c.It will appreciate the three mitigatingcircumstances only as one.d.Itwillappreciatepassionorobfuscation and vindication of agrave offense as just one mitigatingcircumstanceandvoluntarysurrender as another.
6.To mitigate his liability for inflicting physicalinjury to another, an accused with a physicaldefect must prove that such defect restrictedhis freedom of action and understanding.This proof is not required where the physicaldefect consists ofa.a severed right handb.complete blindnessc.being deaf mute and dumbd.a severed leg

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Term
Winter
Professor
Mrs. Ganal
Tags
criminal law, Attendant circumstance, Poblacion Uno

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