Sie sind auf Seite 1von 7

TITLE I Crimes against national security

1. Treason (Art. 114);


CRIMES AGAINST 2. Conspiracy and proposal to commit treason (Art. 115);
NATIONAL SECURITY 3. Misprision of treason (Art. 116); and
AND THE LAWS OF 4. Espionage (Art. 117).
NATIONS
Crimes against the law of nations
TCME- InViCoFLiPiQ 1. Inciting to war or giving motives for reprisals (Art. 118);
2. Violation of neutrality (Art. 119);
3. Corresponding with hostile country (Art. 120);
4. Flight to enemy's country (Art. 121); and
5. Piracy in general and mutiny on the high seas (Art. 122).
6. Qualified Piracy (Art. 123)
TITLE II Crimes against the fundamental laws of the State
1. Arbitrary detention (Art. 124);
CRIMES AGAINST THE 2. Delay in the delivery of detained persons to the proper judicial authorities (Art.
FUNDAMENTAL LAWS 125);
OF THE STATE 3. Delaying release (Art. 126);
4. Expulsion (Art. 127);
ADDEVSS-PIO 5. Violation of domicile (Art. 128);
6. Search warrants maliciously obtained and abuse in the service of those legally
obtained (Art. 129);
7. Searching domicile without witnesses (Art. 130);
8. Prohibition, interruption, and dissolution of peaceful meetings (Art. 131);
9. Interruption of religious worship (Art. 132); and
10. Offending the religious feelings (Art. 133)
TITLE III Crimes against public order
1. Rebellion or insurrection (Art. 134);
CRIMES AGAINST 2. Conspiracy and proposal to commit rebellion (Art. 136);
PUBLIC ORDER 3. Disloyalty to public officers or employees (Art. 137);
4. Inciting to rebellion (Art. 138);
5. Sedition (Art. 139);
6. Conspiracy to commit sedition (Art. 141);
7. Inciting to sedition (Art. 142);
8. Acts tending to prevent the meeting of Congress and similar bodies (Art. 143);
9. Disturbance of proceedings of Congress or similar bodies (Art. 144);
10. Violation of parliamentary immunity (Art. 145);
11. Illegal assemblies (Art. 146);
12. Illegal associations (Art. 147);
13. Direct assaults (Art. 148);
14. Indirect assaults (Art. 149);
15. Disobedience to summons issued by Congress, its committees, etc., by the
constitutional commissions, its committees, etc. (Art. 150);
16. Resistance and disobedience to a person in authority or the agents of such
person (Art. 151);
17. Tumults and other disturbances of public order (Art. 153);
18. Unlawful use of means of publication and unlawful utterances (Art. 154);
19. Alarms and scandals (Art. 155);
20. Delivering prisoners from jails (Art. 156);
21. Evasion of service of sentence (Art. 157);
22. Evasion on occasion of disorders (Art. 158);
23. Violation of conditional pardon (Art. 159); and
24. Commission of another crime during service of penalty imposed for another
previous offense (Art. 160).
TITLE IV Crimes against public interest
1. Counterfeiting the great seal of the Government of the Philippines (Art. 161);
CRIMES AGAINST 2. Using forged signature or counterfeiting seal or stamp (Art. 162);
PUBLIC INTEREST 3. Making and importing and uttering false coins (Art. 163);
4. Mutilation of coins, importation and uttering of mutilated coins (Art. 164);
5. Selling of false or mutilated coins, without connivance (Art. 165);
6. Forging treasury or bank notes or other documents payable to bearer,
importing and uttering of such false or forged notes and documents (Art. 166);
7. Counterfeiting, importing and uttering instruments not payable to bearer (Art.
167);
8. Illegal possession and use of forged treasury or bank notes and other
instruments of credit (Art. 168);
9. Falsification of legislative documents (Art. 170);
10. Falsification by public officer, employee or notary (Art. 171);
11. Falsification by private individuals and use of falsified documents (Art. 172);
12. Falsification of wireless, cable, telegraph and telephone messages and use of
said falsified messages (Art. 173);
13. False medical certificates, false certificates of merit or service (Art. 174);
14. Using false certificates (Art. 175);
15. Manufacturing and possession of instruments or implements for falsification
(Art. 176);
16. Usurpation of authority or official functions (Art. 177);
17. Using fictitious name and concealing true name (Art. 178);
18. Illegal use of uniforms or insignia (Art. 179);
19. False testimony against a defendant (Art. 180);
20. False testimony favorable to the defendant (Art. 181);
21. False testimony in civil cases (Art. 182);
22. False testimony in other cases and perjury (Art. 183);
23. Offering false testimony in evidence (Art. 184);
24. Machinations in public auction (Art. 185);
25. Monopolies and combinations in restraint of trade (Art. 186);
26. Importation and disposition of falsely marked articles or merchandise made of
gold, silver, or other precious metals or their alloys (Art. 187);
27. Substituting and altering trade marks and trade names or service marks (Art.
188);
28. Unfair competition and fraudulent registration of trade mark or trade name, or
service mark; fraudulent designation of origin, and false description (Art. 189).
Title V

Crimes Relative to
Opium and Other
Prohibited Drugs

(The provisions of
Article 190 to 194 have
been repealed. First
there was R.A. 6425
known as the
Dangerous Drugs Law
of 1972as amended by
R.A. 7659. This law has
in turn been replaced
by R.A. 9165 otherwise
known as the
Comprehensive
Dangerous Drugs Act
of 2002).
TITLE VI Crimes against public morals
1. Gambling (Art. 195);
CRIMES AGAINST 2. Importation, sale and possession of lottery tickets or advertisements (Art. 196);
PUBLIC MORALS 3. Betting in sport contests (Art. 197);
4. Illegal betting on horse races (Art. 198);
5. Illegal cockfighting (Art. 199);
6. Grave scandal (Art. 200);
7. Immoral doctrines, obscene publications and exhibitions (Art. 201); and
8. Vagrancy and prostitution (Art. 202).
Title VII Crimes Committed by Public Officers

Crimes Committed by Malfeasance and Misfeasance in Office


Public Officers (1) Article 204 - Knowingly Rendering Unjust Judgment
(2) Article 205 - Judgment Rendered Through Negligence
(3) Article 206 - Unjust Interlocutory Order
(4) Article 207 - Malicious Delay in the Administration of Justice
(6) Article 209 - Betrayal of Trust by an Attorney or
a Solicitor - Revelation of Secrets
(7) Article 210 - Direct Bribery
(8) Article 211 - Indirect Bribery
(9) Article 211-A - Qualified Bribery
(10) Article 212 - Corruption of Public Officials
(11) Article 214 - Other Frauds

Frauds and Illegal Exactions and Transactions


(1) Article 213 - Fraud against the Public Treasury
and Similar Offenses
(2) Article 215 - Prohibited Transactions
(3) Article 216 - Possession of Prohibited Interest by a Public Officer

Malversation of Public Funds and Properties


(1) Article 217 - Malversation of Public Funds or Property - Presumption of
Malversation
(2) Article 218 - Failure of Accountable Officer to Render Accounts
(3) Article 219 - Failure of a Responsible Public
Officer to Render Accounts Before Leaving the Country
(4) Article 220 - Illegal Use of Public Funds or Property
(5) Article 221 - Failure to Make Delivery of Public Funds or Property

Infidelity of Public Officers


(1) Article 223 - Conniving With or Consenting to Evasion
(2) Article 224 - Evasion through Negligence
(3) Article 225 - Escape of Prisoner under the Custody of a Person Not a Public
Officer
(4) Article 226 - Removal, Concealment, or Destruction of Documents
(5) Article 227 - Officer Breaking Seal
(6) Article 228 - Opening of Closed Documents
(7) Article 229 - Revelation of Secrets by an Officer
(8) Article 230 - Public Officers Revealing Secrets of Private Individuals

Other Offenses and Irregularities by Public Officers


(1) Article 231 - Open Disobedience
(2) Article 232 - Disobedience to the Order of Superior Officer When Said Order
Was Suspended by Inferior Officer
(3) Article 233 - Refusal of Assistance
(4) Article 234 - Refusal to Discharge Elective Office
(5) Article 235 - Maltreatment of Prisoners
(6) Article 236 - Anticipation of Duties of a Public Officer
(7) Article 237 - Prolonging Performance of Duties and Powers
(8) Article 238 - Abandonment of Office or Position
(9) Article 239 - Usurpation of Legislative Powers
(10) Article 240 - Usurpation of Executive Functions
(11) Article 241 - Usurpation of Judicial Functions
(12) Article 242 - Disobeying Request for Disqualification
(13) Article 243 - Orders or Request by Executive Officer to Any Judicial Authority
(14) Article 244 - Unlawful Appointments
(15) Article 245 - Abuses against Chastity.
TITLE VIII Crimes against persons
1. Parricide (Art. 246);
CRIMES AGAINST 2. Murder (Art. 248);
PERSONS 3. Homicide (Art. 249);
4. Death caused in a tumultuous affray (Art. 251);
5. Physical injuries inflicted in a tumultuous affray (Art. 252);
6. Giving assistance to suicide (Art. 253);
7. Discharge of firearms (Art. 254);
8. Infanticide (Art. 255);
9. Intentional abortion (Art. 256);
10. Unintentional abortion (Art. 257);
11. Abortion practiced by the woman herself or by her parents (Art. 258);
12. Abortion practiced by a physician or midwife and dispensing of abortives (Art.
259);
13. Duel (Art. 260);
14. Challenging to a duel (Art. 261);
15. Mutilation (Art. 262);
16. Serious physical injuries (Art. 263);
17. Administering injurious substances or beverages (Art. 264);
18. Less serious physical injuries (Art. 265);
19. Slight physical injuries and maltreatment (Art. 266); and
20. Rape (Art. 266-A).
TITLE NINE Crimes against liberty
1. Kidnapping and serious illegal detention (Art. 267);
CRIMES AGAINST 2. Slight illegal detention (Art. 268);
PERSONAL LIBERTY 3. Unlawful arrest (Art. 269);
AND SECURITY 4. Kidnapping and failure to return a minor (Art. 270);
5. Inducing a minor to abandon his home (Art. 271);
KSU-KISES 6. Slavery (Art. 272);
A3-ETO-GLO-GLO-FDRR 7. Exploitation of child labor (Art. 273);
8. Services rendered under compulsion in payment of debts (Art. 274).

Crimes against security


1. Abandonment of persons in danger and abandonment of one's own victim (Art.
275);
2. Abandoning a minor (Art. 276);
3. Abandonment of minor by person entrusted with his custody; indifference of
parents (Art. 277);
4. Exploitation of minors (Art. 278);
5. Trespass to dwelling (Art. 280);
6. Other forms of trespass (Art. 281);
7. Grave threats (Art. 282);
8. Light threats (Art. 283);
9. Other light threats (Art. 285);
10. Grave coercions (Art. 286);
11. Light coercions (Art. 287);
12. Other similar coercions (Art. 288);
13. Formation, maintenance and prohibition of combination of capital or labor
through violence or threats (Art. 289);
14. Discovering secrets through seizure of correspondence (Art. 290);
15. Revealing secrets with abuse of office (Art. 291);
16. Revealing of industrial secrets (Art. 292).
TITLE TEN Crimes against property
1. Robbery with violence against or intimidation of persons (Art. 294);
CRIMES AGAINST 2. Attempted and frustrated robbery committed under certain circumstances (Art.
PROPERTY 297);
3. Execution of deeds by means of violence or intimidation (Art. 298);
4. Robbery in an inhabited house or public building or edifice devoted to worship
(Art. 299);
5. Robbery in an inhabited place or in a private building (Art. 302);
6. Possession of picklocks or similar tools (Art. 304);
7. Brigandage (Art. 306);
8. Aiding and abetting a band of brigands (Art. 307);
9. Theft (Art. 308);
10. Qualified theft (Art. 310);
11. Theft of the property of the National Library and National Museum (Art. 311);
12. Occupation of real property or usurpation of real rights in property (Art. 312);
13. Altering boundaries or landmarks (Art. 313);
14. Fraudulent insolvency (Art. 314);
15. Swindling/Estafa (Art. 315);
16. Other forms of swindling (Art. 316);
17. Swindling a minor (Art. 317);
18. Other deceits (Art. 318);
19. Removal, sale or pledge of mortgaged property (Art. 319);
20. Destructive arson (Art. 320);
21. Other forms of arson (Art. 321);
22. Arson of property of small value (Art. 323);
23. Crimes involving destruction (Art. 324);
24. Burning one’s own property as means to commit arson (Art. 325);
25. Setting fire to property exclusively owned by the offender (Art. 326);
26. Malicious mischief (Art. 327);
27. Special case of malicious mischief (Art. 328);
28. Damage and obstruction to means of communication (Art. 330);
29. Destroying or damaging statues, public monuments or paintings (Art. 331).
TITLE ELEVEN Crimes against chastity
1. Adultery (Art. 333);
CRIMES AGAINST 2. Concubinage (Art. 334);
CHASTITY 3. Acts of lasciviousness (Art. 336);
4. Qualified seduction (Art. 337);
ACAQSAC-WhiteForCo 5. Simple seduction (Art. 338);
6. Acts of lasciviousness with the consent of the offended party (Art. 339);
7. Corruption of minors (Art. 340);
8. White slave trade (Art. 341);
9. Forcible abduction (Art. 342);
10. Consented abduction (Art. 343).
TITLE TWELVE Crimes against the civil status of persons
1. Simulation of births, substitution of one child for another and concealment or
CRIMES AGAINST THE abandonment of a legitimate child (Art. 347);
CIVIL STATUS OF 2. Usurpation of civil status (Art. 348);
PERSONS 3. Bigamy (Art. 349);
4. Marriage contracted against provisions of law (Art. 350);
SUB-MPP 5. Premature marriages (Art. 351);
6. Performance of illegal marriage ceremony (Art. 352).
TITLE THIRTEEN Crimes against honor
1. Libel by means of writings or similar means (Art. 355);
CRIMES AGAINST 2. Threatening to publish and offer to prevent such publication for a
HONOR compensation
(Art. 356);
LT-Pro-SSII 3. Prohibited publication of acts referred to in the course of official proceedings
(Art.
357);
4. Slander (Art. 358);
5. Slander by deed (Art. 359);
6. Incriminating innocent person (Art. 363);
7. Intriguing against honor (Art. 364).