Annoying Someone is a Crime

Did you know that the act of annoying someone is a crime? Yes, it is and we certainly are not pulling your leg.  The act of annoying someone is called unjust vexation and considered a form of light coercion punishable under Article 287 of the Revised Penal Code, to wit:   “Art. 287. Light coercions. — […]

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How To Punish an Unfaithful Husband In The Philippines

Why do husbands cheat on their wives? We do not know the answer to that.  However, we do know that cheating on one’s wife is punishable by law.   Article 334 of the Revised Penal Code punishes the husband when he commits any of the following acts:   1.  He shall keep a mistress in […]

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Children aboard Motorcycles

When plying streets in the Philippines, one can see the surge of motorcycles on the road. Sadly, there are irresponsible motorists who not only disregard traffic laws but also their own and their loved one’s safety.  An example of such is the presence of small children aboard motorcycles. This practice poses a risk to the […]

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