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900 cases filed at Prosecutor’s Office
by PIO release

The City Prosecutor’s Office reported that more than 900 criminal cases were filed with the office for the first four months this year.

City Prosecutor Elmer Manuel Sagsago said that 745 cases were filed through regular filing while 155 cases were filed through inquest proceedings.

Of the 745 cases that were filed through regular filing, Sagsago said that 505 cases were filed in the different courts supported by the necessary information while 36 cases are pending resolution.

Among the cases that were coursed through regular filing include estafa – 270 cases; violation of Batas Pambansa 22 or the Anti-Bouncing Check Law – 123 cases; violation of the provisions of Republic Act 9262 or the Anti-Violence Against Women and Children – 26 cases; violation of child protection laws – 17 cases, rape – 16 cases, theft – 14 cases, illegal recruitment and robbery – seven cases each; carnapping – six cases; cybercrime and tax violations – five cases each; illegal possession of dangerous drugs, murder, illegal logging, and illegal possession of firearms, ammunitions, and explosives – two cases each; and homicide and kidnapping with one case each.

Sagsago said that the office disposed the 155 cases that were filed through inquest proceedings.

Among the cases that were filed through inquest proceedings include theft with 30 cases; violation of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Law – 22; violation of the Anti-Violence Against Women and Children – 15 cases; illegal possession of firearms, ammunitions, and explosives – eight; illegal gambling or violation of the provisions of Presidential Decree 1602 or the Anti-Gambling Law – seven cases; rape – five cases; robbery – four cases; estafa – three cases; violation of child protection laws, homicide, and carnapping – two cases each; and cybercrime and murder – one case each.

Sagsago said the city prosecutors make sure that the cases against individuals who committed crimes are filed so they could face the consequences of their actions while cases filed only to harass are dismissed.

There are 24 prosecutors assigned at the City Prosecutor’s Office.

Sagsago said that if the parties involved in a case are living in the city, the investigating prosecutor is mandated to resolve the complaint within 30 days. If one of the parties is from outside the city, resolution of the case could go up to a maximum of 60 days.


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