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CRIMINAL LAW PRE-BOARD EXAMINATION

Name: ______________________________

Score __________

1. Conspiracy to commit a felony is punishable only in cases where the law specifically
provides a penalty. The following are the specific felonies under the Revised Penal
Code; EXCEPT?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Conspiracy to commit TREASON


Conspiracy to commit REBELLION
Conspiracy to commit TERRORISM
Conspiracy to commit SEDITION

2. Compelling the pilot of an aircraft of Philippine Registry to change its destination while
on transit is __________.
a.
b.
c.
d.

Grave coercion
Grave threats
Violation of the Anti-Hijacking Law or R.A. No. 6235
Terrorism

3. Compelling the pilot of an aircraft of Philippine Registry to change its destination while
still waiting for some passenger to come aboard is ____________.
a.
b.
c.
d.

Grave coercion
Grave threats
Violation of the Anti-Hijacking Law or R.A. No. 6235
Terrorism

4. Compelling the pilot of an aircraft of Foreign Registry to change its destination while
some of the passengers are deplaning in the Philippines is __________.
a.
b.
c.
d.

Grave coercion
Grave threats
Violation of the Anti-Hijacking Law or R.A. No. 6235
Terrorism

5. The following crimes are considered as MALA IN SE, EXCEPT:


a.
b.
c.
d.

Robbery
Murder
Kidnapping and Serious Illegal Detention
Illegal Possession of Firearms

6. TERRORISM is MALA IN SE because it is ____________.


a. Prohibited by law
b. Inherently wrong and evil
c. None of the Above
7. The following crimes are considered as MALA PROHIBITA, EXCEPT:
a.
b.
c.
d.

Robbery
Murder
Kidnapping and Serious Illegal Detention
Illegal Possession of Firearms

8. Crimes which are inherently evil and wrongful are called ___________.
a.
b.
c.
d.

MALA IN SE
MALA PROHIBITA
MA LABATA
MALA SADO

9. It is important when the identity of the accused is uncertain or the pieces of evidence
gathered are merely circumstantial.
a.
b.
c.
d.

Motive
Intent
Mens Rea
Criminal Investigation

10. It is one of the characteristics of criminal law where it emphasizes that penal laws apply
to all who are in the country regardless of age, sex, belief, race, or creed.
a.
b.
c.
d.

Generality
Territoriality
Prospectivity
Extra-territoriality

11. Penal laws have force and effect only within its territory. Which of the following crimes,
even if committed abroad, penal laws have extra-territorial applications?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Crimes committed while at the gate of the Philippine embassy in Washington.


Crimes committed while on Philippine ship or air ship
Crimes committed while inside Iglesia Ni Kristo in U.S.A.
Crimes committed while on high seas

12. In 1986, Mr. Elisio Labata has been documented to possessed a cache of high powered
firearms. In 2009, a law was passed requiring that all persons who wants to possess
firearms has to secure a license. Mr. Labata applied for a license to all his firearms. He
was arrested for illegal possession for firearms. Which of the following statement applies
to Mr. Labata?.

a. He cannot be prosecuted because acts or omission will only be subject to penal law
if they are committed after the penal law had already taken effect.
b. He can be prosecuted because his firearms are unlicensed and it is MALA
PROHIBITA
c. He cannot be prosecuted because he applied already for a license and it is his right
to be issued one.
13. In the problem above, what kind of law applied?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Due process of law


Bill of attainder
Ex-post facto law
Criminal law

14. President Rodrigo Duterte upon assumption of office, immediately orders Senator
Cayetano, the Senate President, for the passage of the law that inflicts and punishes
without trial for hardened criminals and for those who committed heinous crimes. What
kind of legislative act it is?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Bill of attainder
Bill of Rights
Bill of Crimes
Bill of Human Rights Violations

15. In the crime of theft, the taking of property belonging to another with intent to gain are
the essential elements. This is called ___________.
a. Mala in se
b. Mala Prohibita
c. Mens Rea
16. When the offender acted out of mistake of fact, ________________.
a. Criminal intent is presumed.
b. Criminal intent is negated and this is absolutory if crime involved dolo
c. He can be charged and prosecuted because of the doctrine duralex sed lex
17. In criminal law, criminal intent is important because of the doctrine actus non facit reum,
nisi mens sit rea, the act cannot be criminal where the mind is not criminal. However,
criminal intent is not necessary in the following:
a. When the crime committed was the product of culpa or negligence, reckless
imprudence, lack of foresight or lack of skill.
b. In mala prohibita
c. In mala in se
d. A & B
e. None of the above
18. Juan wanted to shoot Pedro but missed and instead hit a bystander Teban. This
circumstances is a case of ____________.

a. Praeter intentionem
b. Aberratio Ictus
c. Error in personae
19. Juan wanted to kill Pedro. Thus, during the night, he waited for the Pedro in an alley
where the latter normally passes by. Under cover of darkness, he saw someone coming
and immediately attacked and stabbed that person several times. It turns out that it was
Teban and not Pedro. This circumstances is a case of ________________.
a. Praeter intentionem
b. Aberratio Ictus
c. Error in personae
20. Juan is a bully. He keeps on annoying and teasing Pedro. He loses his cool and box
Juan. Juan feel down at hit his head at the pavement resulting to his instantaneous
death. This is a case of ___________________.
a.
b.
c.

Praeter intentionem
Aberratio Ictus
Error in personae

21. Juan wanted to kill Pedro. He went to Pedros house, climb the window and shot him. It
turn out that Pedro is dead already before shooting him. What crime was committed by
Juan?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Homicide
Murder
Impossible Crime
Trespass to Dwelling

22. Juan wants to kill Pedro. He poured poison on the coffee of Pedro which the latter drank.
Pedro did not die because it turned out that the chemical mistakenly poured by Juan is a
vetsin. What crime was committed?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Attempted felony
Frustrated felony
Impossible crime
Formal crime

23. Juan, with intent to gain, took the wallet from the pocket of Pedro. When he examined
the wallet and all its contents, it turned out that it was all his. In other words, the watched
and all its contents belongs to him. What crime was committed by Juan?
a. Attempted felony
b. Frustrated felony
c. Consummated felony
c. Impossible crime
24. Juan, an employee of Pedro, who having known the combination of safe of the vault,
opens the safe inside the office of Pedro while the latter is away, for the purpose of

stealing money. However, when he opened it, the vault is empty. What crime was
committed?
a. Attempted felony
b. Frustrated felony
c. Consummated felony
c. Impossible crime
25. When all the elements necessary for its execution is present, the crime is
____________.
a. Attempted
b. Frustrated
c. Consummated
26. Juan wanted to kill Pedro. When he saw Pedro, he shoots him but the gun jammed.
Pedro was able to ran to safety unharmed. The crime is on what stage?
a. Attempted
b. Frustrated
c. Consummated
27. Judge Juan tried Pedro for a crime charged against him. It turned out that the act
committed by Pedro appears not punishable. Judge Juan, in this case, must
___________.
a. Render a decision by dismissing a case based on the legal maxim Nullum Crimen,
nulla poena sine lege.
b. Render a decision by convicting Pedro of the crime charged but must make a report
to the Chief Executive, through the Secretary of Justice, stating that the accused
should be given pardon.
c. Render a decision by convicting the accused but advised him to immediately make
an appeal.
28. Light Felonies are punishable only when they have been consummated. However, they
are punished if committed, even in the attempted stage in:
a.
b.
c.
d.

Homicide
Slight Physical Injuries
Intriguing Against Honor
Malicious Mischief

29. Juan wanted to kill Pedro. Upon seeing Pedro, he immediately pulled out his gun in his
bag and pulled the trigger several times but it did not fire. It turns out that the gun is
empty and no bullets inside. The crime committed by Juan is __________.
a. Attempted homicide
b. Frustrated homicide
c. Impossible crime

30. Juan wanted to kill Pedro. Upon seeing Pedro, he immediately pulled out his gun and
shoots Pedro several times inflicting mortal wounds. Thinking that Pedro was already
dead, he hurriedly left. Meanwhile, Pedro was rushed to the hospital and upon timely
medical intervention, survive. What stages of the crime is it?
a. Attempted
b. Frustrated
c. Consummated
31. Juan stole the bike of Pedro. After 3 days, he returned it because he no longer needs it.
The crime committed is _____________.
a. Attempted theft
b. Frustrated theft
c. Consummated theft
32. Samuel tried to rape Pamela. Pamela struggle and Samuels penis only touches the
labia minora of the vagina of Pamela. Pamela kicked the groin of Samuel and the latter
runs away. The rape is _____________.
a. Attempted
b. Frustrated
c. Consummated
33. In conspiracy, which statement does not apply?
a. A conspiracy is possible even when participants are not known to each other.
b. Mere knowledge, acquiescence to, or approval of the act, without cooperation or at
least, agreement to cooperate, is not enough to constitute a conspiracy.
c. As a general rule, if there has been a conspiracy to commit a crime in a particular
place, anyone who did not appear shall be deemed to be a conspirator.
34. Juan and Pedro decide to rise publicly and take arms against the government with the
help of their followers. But they did not carry out their plan and decided to just stay low
and wait for an opportune time to execute their plan. Are they liable for any crime?
a. Yes, Juan and Pedro are liable for conspiracy to commit rebellion.
b. No, Juan and Pedro are not liable for conspiracy because Article 8 of the RPC
provides that Conspiracy and proposal to commit felony are not punishable.
c. No, because there was no overt act on the part of Juan and Pedro and no matter
how criminal the mind is, as long as there is no overt act, it is not punishable.
35. Juan, Pedro, and Jose devised and conspired to kill Damian. However, they were not
able to do it and, instead, just let it go. Are they liable for any crime?
a. Yes, because Juan, Pedro and Joses mind are criminal and they should be
punished.
b. No, conspiracy and proposal to commit homicide is not punishable.
c. Yes, because they have a criminal propensity to kill.

36. Which of the following act cannot be considered as self-defense?


a. Retaliation
b. Killing a person who violently enters anothers house during nighttime armed with a
samurai
c. A woman seriously injuring a man who attempts to rape her in a dark alley.
A woman who was able to get hold a stone and struck the mans head and died who
is furiously choking and strangling her.
37. When an accused invokes this circumstance, he in effect admits the commission of a
crime but tries to avoid the liability thereof.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

Justifying Circumstance
Exempting Circumstance
Mitigating Circumstance
Aggravating Circumstance
Absolutory cause

38. It has the effect of an exempting circumstance and they are predicated on lack of
voluntariness like instigation.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

Justifying Circumstance
Exempting Circumstance
Mitigating Circumstance
Aggravating Circumstance
Absolutory cause

39. It is a situation where the criminal plan or design exists in the mind of the law enforcer
and the person under this instance is acting only as a mere instrument or tool of the law
enforcer in the performance of his duties. The accused here is acting without criminal
intent because without such, he would not have done the criminal act.
a. Instigation
b. Entrapment
c. Buy-bust operation
40. In this situation, a criminal design is already in the mind of the person. It did not emanate
from the mind of the law enforcer. It involves only ways and means which are laid down
or resorted to facilitate the apprehension of the culprit.
a.
b.
c.

Instigation
Entrapment
Buy-bust operation

41. These are accompanying condition of an event or fact during the commission of the
crime which, if present, do not absolve the offender from criminal liability but the court
will take it into consideration to lessen or reduce the penalty.

a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

Justifying Circumstance
Exempting Circumstance
Mitigating Circumstance
Aggravating Circumstance
Absolutory cause

42. Which of the following cannot be considered as fulfillment of duty or lawful exercise of
right or office as a basis of justifying circumstance?
a. A jail guard who killed a detained prisoner while escaping
b. Shooting a person who went wild on amok with a bolo and refused to surrender.
c. Shooting a thief who attempted to flee and refuses to be arrested.
43. When the offender commits any of the crimes against persons, employing means,
methods, or forms in the execution thereof which tend directly and specially to insure its
execution thereof which tend directly and specially to insure its execution, without risk to
himself arising from the defense which the offended party might make is an aggravating
circumstance of ___________________.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

Evident premeditation
Abuse of superior strength
Treachery
Crime committed during nighttime
Crime committed with the aid of armed men

44. It is a type of criminal habitualism where the offender be previously punished, that is, he
has served sentence, for an offense in which the law attaches, or provides for an equal
or greater penalty than that attached by law to the second offense, or for two or more
offenses, in which the law attaches a lighter penalty.
a.
b.
c.
d.

Recidivism
Quasi-recidivism
Reiteracion
Habitual delinquency

45. In 1986, Juan was convicted with a crime of robbery. He escaped in 1989, committed
rape, and rearrested and convicted with the said crime in 1990. In 1992, while in prison,
he was charged and convicted with theft for stealing while in prison. In 1995, to escape
from, he connived with Pedro to falsify an order of his release and was charged for
falsification. In 1996, Juan was convicted with falsification. Juan is a ____________.
a.
b.
c.
d.

Recidivist
Quasi-recidivist
Reiteracion
Habitual delinquent

46. It is a form of plurality of crimes where it involves at least two convictions and these
offenses must be embraced in the same title.

a. Recidivism
b. Quasi-recidivism
c. Reiteracion
d. Habitual delinquency
47. It takes place when a person before serving sentence or while serving sentence
committed another felony.
a. Recidivism
b. Quasi-recidivism
c. Reiteracion
d. Habitual delinquency
48. Juan was convicted with and serving sentence for the crime of illegal possession of
firearms. While serving sentence, he killed his fellow inmates and was charged with
homicide. Juan, in this case, is?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Recidivist
Quasi-recidivist
Habitual delinquents
None of the above

49. Samuel and Apple are living together as husband and wife without the benefit of
marriage. Whenever Samuel comes home drunk, he is very violent and always beats
Apple. But if he is sober, he is a very loving individual. Samuel always gets drunk 3 to 4
days a week and the beating continues. Few months later, Apple got pregnant. Afraid of
miscarriage, Apple now has all the time with her a knife to defend. One day, Samuel
comes home drunk and started shouting harsh and obscene words. Apple stood her
grounds and warned Samuel that if he touches her, she will kill him. Samuel,
unperturbed, slap and started beating Apple. Apple stab Samuel several times and killing
him in the process.
Apple is now charged with homicide. Apple claimed that she was only defending herself
and that of the child she is carrying. What is the circumstance that affects Apples
criminal liability?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Justifying circumstances of self-defense


Justifying circumstances under the Battered Wife Syndrome principle
Justifying circumstances under defense of honor
Absolutory cause

50. In which of the following instances where commission of a crime can be considered as
exempting?
a.
b.
c.
d.

An imbecile or insane person who commits a crime during a lucid interval.


A person over 15 years but below 18 years of age who acted with discernment.
A child 15 years of age or under unless he acted with discernment
A child 15 years of age or under

51. The following circumstances may be covered by exempting circumstances, EXCEPT:

a. Somnambulism or sleep-walking and commits a crime while in a dream.


b. Kleptomania
c. Committing a crime while suffering from malignant malaria
52. Juan wants to rob the house of Pedro. In order to get inside the house of Pedro, he
pretended to be a fireman inspector in order to get inside the house and not to arouse
suspicion. But once inside the house, robbed Pedro. What kind of aggravating
circumstance was employed by Juan?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Treachery
Craft
Evident Premeditation
Ignominy

53. Juan killed Pedro. After killing, he beheaded Pedro and put his body in a sack while the
head is outside and on top of the sack. What kind of aggravating circumstance
committed?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Treachery
Cruelty
Evident Premeditation
Ignominy

54. Samuel rape Pamela. While doing the dastard act, he tied Pamela to a bed and burnt
her face with a lighted cigarette while raping her laughing all the way. What kind of
aggravating circumstance it is?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Treachery
Cruelty
Evident Premeditation
Ignominy

55. Degree of Instruction and education, in one of the following, is aggravating:


a.
b.
c.
d.

A lawyer who committed rape.


A lawyer who committed homicide.
A lawyer who committed falsification
A lawyer who committed serious physical injuries

56. Relationship, in one of the following, is exempting:


a. A spouse who inflicts death or physical injuries to his/her spouse after having
surprised the offended spouse or paramour or mistress committing actual sexual
intercourse.
b. A parent who inflicted physical injuries to his/her child when caught using drugs.
c. A mother who practiced abortion on herself because her boyfriend left her.
d. A wife who inflict physical injuries to her husband because of battery inflicted by the
latter to the former

57. Relationship, in one of the following, is aggravating:


a.
b.
c.
d.

Qualified seduction committed by the brother against his sister


A parent who inflicted physical injuries to his/her child when caught using drugs.
A mother who practiced abortion on herself because her boyfriend left her.
A wife who inflict physical injuries to her husband because of battery inflicted by the
latter to the former

58. Juan, Pedro, and Jose was charged with rape of Eda. It was proven during trial that
Juan was on top of Eda and the one who engaged in the sexual intercourse with Eda
while Pedro held the hands of Eda and Jose the legs. What is the liability of Juan?
a. Principal by direct participation
b. Principal by indispensable cooperation
c. Principal by inducement
59. Still at the same problem above, what is the liability of Pedro and Jose?
a. Principal by direct participation
b. Principal by indispensable cooperation
c. Principal by inducement
60. Supposed, Mario, who bore a grudge against Eda, was the one who paid Juan, Pedro,
and Jose to rape Eda, what is the liability of Mario?
a. Principal by direct participation
d. Principal by indispensable cooperation
e. Principal by inducement
61. The following persons are not illegible to apply for the Indeterminate Sentence Law;
EXCEPT:
a. Where imprisonment exceed one year and where the penalty is divisible whether
punished under the Revised Penal Code or special laws.
b. Where a person is convicted of an offense punishable with death, reclusion perpetua
or life imprisonment.
c. Persons who are habitual delinquents
d. Persons whose maximum term of imprisonment does not exceed one year
62. A person is eligible to apply for probation if _________________.
a. Sentenced to serve a maximum term of imprisonment of more than six years;
b. Convicted of subversion or any crime against the national security or the public
order, such as alarms and scandals, regardless of the penalty imposed;
c. Sentenced to serve a maximum term of imprisonment of not more than six years.
d. Previously been convicted by final judgment of an offense punished by
imprisonment of not less than one month and one day and/or a fine of not less than
two hundred pesos

63. X and Y plan to rob a bank. Thus, they flag down a taxi driven by Z. While on their way
to the bank, X and Y told Z of their plan and ask him if he can wait for them and be their
get away vehicle with a promise that he will be given equal share of the loot. Z is an
______________?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Principal by indispensable cooperation


Principal by direct participation
Accessory
Accomplice

64. A chief of police hide his best friend in his house who has been wanted by authorities for
a crime committed. The chief of police, under the law, is considered as ________?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Principal by indispensable cooperation


Principal by direct participation
Accessory
Accomplice

65. X stole the bag of Y. He emptied the bag and give it later to Z, his best friend. Z ask
where did he get the bag since it is an expensive brand. X answered that he stole it. Z is
considered as _____________?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Principal by indispensable cooperation


Principal by direct participation
Accessory
Accomplice

66. X stole the expensive bike of Y. X then approach Z, his friend, to help him find a buyer
with the bike. Z knows that the bike is stolen. Z was able to find a buyer who bought the
bike. X give him a commission but Z did not accept it. Which of the following that applies
to Z?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Principal by indispensable cooperation


Principal by direct participation
Accessory
Accomplice

67. X killed Y. He called Z, his best friend and inform him of what happened and ask what to
do. Z went to the place of incident and placed a weapon on the hand of the deceased Y
in order to make it appear that X killed Y in the act of self defense. Which of the following
applies to Z?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Principal by indispensable cooperation


Principal by direct participation
Accessory
Accomplice

68. In which of the following that totally extinguishes criminal liability?


a. Voluntary surrender

b. Conditional pardon
c. Service of sentence
d. Grant of Probation
69. X killed Z in 1985. The crime was discovered by the authorities but X was not identified
as the killer. After 20 years, the case was reopened and because of the advances in
technology, X was identified as the killer and charged with the crime he committed and
convicted. Was the decision correct?
a. Yes, because no one should be above the law.
b. Yes, because he committed the crime and he should be penalized for the crime
committed to avoid injustice.
c. No, because the crime had already prescribed.
d. No, because the penalty had already prescribed.
70. X killed Z. He was charged and convicted. In 1985, while serving sentence, he escaped
and flew to Netherlands, a country where the Philippines has no extradition treaty. After
20 years, he returned back to the Philippines. Upon his return, he was rearrested and
was made to continue to serve his sentence. Can he be made to serve the remaining
years of his sentence?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Yes, because he evaded the service of his sentence.


Yes, because his escape interrupted the period of prescription.
No, because the crime has already prescribed.
No, because the penalty has already prescribed.

71. In which of the following crimes which can be tried anywhere?


a.
b.
c.
d.

Treason
Piracy
Espionage
Rebellion

72. In which of the following crimes that can only be committed during war times?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Treason
Piracy
Rebellion
Coup d etat

73. Who are the persons that may be held liable for the crime of treason?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Only Filipino Citizens


Filipino citizens and resident aliens
Only Filipino citizens residing in the Philippines and resident aliens
Any person

74. Who are the persons that may be held liable for misprision of treason?
a. Only Filipino Citizens

b. Filipino citizens and resident aliens


c. Only Filipino citizens residing in the Philippines and resident aliens
d. Any person
75. In protest of the of the Chinese occupation at Spratley Islands and building illegal
structures to the islands claimed as within the territorial waters of the Philippines, X burn
the Chinese Flag in front of the Chinese Embassy. What crimes is committed by X?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Misprision of Treason
Violation of Neutrality
Inciting to War or Giving Motives for reprisals
Treason

76. X, a suspected member of the Abu Sayaff Group (ASG), was arrested by SPO1 Y. He
was detained for 3 days and released only when no sufficient evidence found connecting
him to ASG. What crime is the crime committed by SP01 Y?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Unlawful arrest
Arbitrary detention
Grave Threats
Grave Coercion

77. In which of the following considered as a legal ground for detention?


a.
b.
c.
d.

Commission of a crime
Suspicion of committing a crime
Insanity
Imbecility

78. X was charged with homicide. For failure to prosecute, his case was dismissed by
Judge. An order for his release was then issued by the Judge. The warden refused to
release X, notwithstanding the order of release. X was released only after 5 days. What
is the crime committed by the warden?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Resistance and Disobedience to Persons in Authority


Delaying Release
Delay in the delivery of Detained Person to the Proper Judicial Authorities
Illegal Detention

79. Mayor X, the city mayor of Manila, wanted to make his city free from prostitution. Thus,
he ordered his chief of police to gather all prostitutes, put it in a ship and transport it to
Davao. What is the crime committed by the Mayor.
a.
b.
c.
d.

Unlawful arrest
Arbitrary detention
Expulsion
Violation of domicile

80. In which of the crime can be committed by a police officer in enforcing search warrant?

a.
b.
c.
d.

Violation of domicile
Expulsion
Unlawful arrest
Arbitrary detention

81. 300 CPP-NPA attack the municipality of Sogod and after fighting the police officers
manning the municipality took possession of the building and proclaimed the
independence of the Republic of the Philippines. What is the crime committed by the
CPP-NPA?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Rebellion
Sedition
Coup d etat
Treason

82. The essence of this crime is a swift attack against the government, its military camp or
installations, communication network and public utilities and facilities essential to the
continued exercise of governmental powers.
a.
b.
c.
d.

Coup d etat
Rebellion
Sedition
Treason

83. X and Y were fighting. Z called for a police. SPO1 T came and saw X on top of Y
bloodied and unconscious. While SP01 T was about to arrest X, the latter told him that if
he will come nearer, he will kill him. SP01 T proceeded and when he was about to arrest
X, the latter struck him with a knife hidden in his back. Luckily, the police officer was not
hit and eventually overpowered X. What is the crime committed by X?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Direct Assault
Indirect Assault
Resistance and Disobedience to Agents in Persons in Authority
Attempted Homicide

84. X slapped the city mayor while in the performance of his duties. The crime committed by
X is ____________?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Direct Assault
Indirect Assault
Resistance and Disobedience to Persons in Authority
Serious Physical Injuries

85. X, an MMA heavyweight champion from Sogod, was about to be arrested by SP01 T.
Because of the heavy built and martial arts expertise of X, the police officer requested Y,
a heavyweight and champion Muay Thai, to assist him in the arrest of X. During the
arrest, a scuffle ensued. X attacked SP01 T by shoving him and refusing to submit to his
authority but was subdued later with the help of Y. What crime committed by X against
Y?

a.
b.
c.
d.

Direct Assault
Indirect Assault
Resistance and Disobedience to Agents in Persons in Authority
No crime committed.

86. Supposing in the above problem, during the arrest and scuffle, X attacked Y. He
delivered a high kick, hitting and injuring Y. What crime committed by X against Y?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Direct Assault
Indirect Assault
Resistance and Disobedience to Agents Persons in Authority
No crime committed.

87. In the same problem above, what is the crime committed by X against SP01 T for the
attacked he committed, that is, by shoving him and refusing to submit to his authority?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Direct Assault
Indirect Assault
Resistance and Disobedience to Agents Persons in Authority
No crime committed.

88. In which of the following can be considered are Persons in Authority?


a.
b.
c.
d.

Municipal mayor
Judges
Provincial and city fiscal
Barangay councilman

89. X discharges a firearm in a public place to commemorate New Year. The firearm is just
pointed upward and not to any particular person. What is the crime committed by X?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Attempted Homicide or murder


Alarms and Scandals
Illegal discharge of firearm
No crime committed

90. Supposing, in the problem above, X pointed his firearm to Y, discharges it, without intent
to kill and did not hit Y, what crime is committed by X?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Attempted homicide or murder


Alarms and scandals
Illegal discharge of firearm
Grave Threats

91. Supposing, further, in the problem above, X discharges his firearm by pointing it to Y,
with to intent to kill, what crime is the crime committed by X?
a. Attempted homicide or murder
b. Alarms and scandals
c. Illegal discharge of firearm

d. Grave Threats
92. Supposing furthermore, that when X discharges his firearm upward and when the bullet
fell down, it hits Y and seriously injuring him, what is the crime committed?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Attempted homicide or murder


Alarms and scandals
Illegal discharge of firearm
Serious Physical Injuries

93. Lastly, supposing that X discharges his firearm in the ground but with threat to Y that if
he will not pay his indebtedness tomorrow, he is going to shoot Y. What is the crime
committed by X?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Attempted homicide or murder


Alarms and scandals
Illegal discharge of firearm
Grave Coercion

94. X, a jailer and custodian of Y, a convicted felon, connived with Z to ensure the escape of
Y from prison. What is the crime committed by X?
a. Delivering Prisoners from Jail
b. Infidelity in the Custody of Prisoner
c. Evasion of service from sentence
95. In the same problem above, what is the criminal liability of Y?
a. Delivering Prisoners from Jail
b. Infidelity in the Custody of Prisoner
c. Evasion of service from sentence

96. How about Z, what is the crime committed in the same problem above?
a. Delivering Prisoners from Jail
b. Infidelity in the Custody of Prisoner
c. Evasion of service from sentence
97. X and Y are sweethearts. While inside the movie house in the darkest part, X started
kissing, caressing and performed lewd acts. What crime is committed?
a. Grave Scandal
b. Acts of lasciviousness
c. Oral defamation
98. X offered to Y, a Registrar of the Registry of Deeds, to remove certain files at the
Registry of Deeds. Both agreed for a certain consideration. What is the crime committed
by X?

a. Direct Bribery
b. Indirect Bribery
c. Corruption of Public Officials.
99. In the same problem above, what the is criminal liability of Y?
a. Direct Bribery
b. Indirect bribery
c. Corruption of Public Officials
100. X, a processor in charge of a business permits in the municipality of Sogod is very
efficient with his job. All business permit application that passes to his table always finish
in just one day. Y, whose application took only a half day to be released, was so
impressed with X that he give him P 1,000.00 as a reward for being efficient which X
accepted. What is the crime committed by X, if any?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Direct Bribery
Indirect Bribery
Corruption of Public Officials
No crime committed

101. X, a municipal treasurer, took money from the collection and used it to pay his electric
bills due for disconnection. Later, an audit was conducted and it was discovered that it
was short of P10,000.00, he could not produce the money. Later, he offered to and did
return the money the following day. What is the crime committed by X, if any?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Malversation of public funds


Illegal Exaction
Failure of accountable officer to render accounts
No crime committed

102. X and Y are living together as husband and wife without the benefit of marriage. They
have a son Z. x, the father, killed Y and Z. What is the crime committed by X against Y?
a. Parricide
b. Homicide
c. Infanticide
103. In the same problem above and as against Z, the son, what is the crime committed by
X?
a. Parricide
b. Homicide
c. Infanticide
104. Suppose Z is less than 3 days old when he was killed by X, his father, what crime is
committed by the father?

a. Parricide
b. Homicide
c. Infanticide
105. X and Y are husband and wife. X conspires with Z, his mistress, to kill Y by treachery.
The means employed was by poisoning. What is the crime committed by X?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Parricide
Homicide
Murder
Infanticide

106. In the same problem, what is the crime committed by Z?


a.
b.
c.
d.

Parricide
Homicide
Murder
Infanticide

107. Lady Y is pregnant. His boyfriend who impregnated her run away. To save herself
from dishonor, she administered beverages to expel the fetus from her womb. As a
result, the fetus was delivered but dies when it was born. What crime has been
committed by Lady Y?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Parricide
Homicide
Infanticide
Intentional Abortion

108. A and B, husband and wife, quarreled. In the heat of anger, A, the husband, struck B,
the wife, who is 4 months old pregnant, with a stick in the hips. Abortion resulted. What
is the crime committed by A?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Parricide
Homicide
Intentional Abortion
Unintentional abortion

109. X is a campus personality in SLSU because of his good look. Envious with Xs looks,
Y threw acid on the face of X. Because of what Y did, X face was disfigured and
deformed. However, because of plastic surgery, X becomes more handsome and good
looking than before the injury. What crime was committed?
a. Serious Physical Injuries
b. Mutilation
c. Less Serious Physical Injuries
110. A, B, C and D conspired to rob a house of E. D acted as a look out at the side of the
road. While inside the house, A, & C ransacked the house with E and his wife and
children trembling with fear. Because E refuse to open up the vault, A fired his gun but

pointed it upward to give a warning. The bullet went through and hit the nanny sleeping
at the second floor. C, on the other hand, went upstairs and found that F, the daughter
was asleep but was awakened by the shots fired by A. C raped F. What are the crimes
committed?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Robbery with Homicide.


Robbery with rape
A, B and D for Robbery with homicide; and B for robbery with rape.
A & B for Robbery; C for rape; and D as an accomplice

111. X pointed a knife at Y and divested him of his cell phone and wallet. X turned and ran
whereupon Y chased him so that X stabbed and killed Y. What is the crime committed by
X?
a. Robbery with homicide
b. Robbery and homicide
c. Robbery
A pretty woman was forcibly taken by X and transported from one place to another.
Questions:
112. Suppose the the intention of X of taking the woman is to rape her and along the way,
X started kissing and touching the woman, what is the crime committed?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Forcible Abduction
Attempted Rape
Acts of lasciviousness
Kidnapping

113. Suppose after reaching the destination, the woman was raped by X, what is the crime
committed?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Forcible Abduction
Rape
Forcible Abduction with Rape
Kidnapping

114. Suppose the intention of X is merely to demand ransom, what is the crime
committed?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Forcible Abduction
Grave Coercion
Kidnapping
Grave Threats

115. Suppose the intention of X is merely to kidnap the woman and demand ransom with
the family of the woman but later, she was raped by X, what is the crime committed?

a. Forcible Abduction with Rape


b. Kidnapping with rape
c. Grave Coercion with rape
116. Suppose the intention of X is merely to kidnap the woman and demand ransom but
was raped later and killed by X because the parents did not have the money, what is the
crime committed by X?
a. Forcible Abduction with rape
b. Kidnapping with rape
c. Kidnapping with homicide

I wish you luck for your board exam.

Practice answering and I can assure that 75% to 85%, if not 100%, of the question will just
revolve here.

d.
e.
(A) Conspiracy to commit treason, conspiracy to commit rebellion, conspiracy to commit coup
d'etat, conspiracy to commit misprision of treason.

(B) Conspiracy to commit rebellion, conspiracy to commit coup d'etat, conspiracy to commit
treason, conspiracy to commit sedition.

(C) Conspiracy to commit rebellion or insurrection, conspiracy to commit sedition, conspiracy to


commit illegal assemblies, conspiracy to commit treason.

(D) Conspiracy to commit treason, conspiracy to commit sedition, conspiracy to commit


terrorism.

(E) None of the above.