• Bar Q and A 2009-2019 Criminal Law (2021)
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  • by:  Judge Ma. Rowena V. Alejandria

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    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 927-621-02-1485-7
    • No. of Pages: 323
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Edition: 2021




    • Description:

      This work covers Bar Questions for the last 10 years and suggested answers in Criminal Law. This is primarily intended for all those who desire to have a deeper understanding of the issues touched by the Philippine Bar Examinations and its trend. The usual topics asked and how to appreciate the question to be able to hit the answer. Most often, bar candidates prepare for the bar exam, carrying their knowledge but unorganized. The bar taker knows the answer but they tend to forget to prepare how to write down their answers. The suggested answers contained in this book also suggests to the bar taker to answer the questions directly to the point. In other words, “iwasan mo mambola.” The bar examiners would not evaluate whether you are good in memorization but they are interested in your capability to apply these laws to a given case. You need to be careful in understanding the facts, know what is being asked and answer the question briefly, clearly and concisely. The examiner has no luxury of time to entertain your “palabok at mga hanash”. Address the question and give the justification of your answer based on your legal knowledge. Be able to use the legal terms wherever it is appropriate. Do not impress the examiner with your own words or your “sounds like” answers.






    • Bar Q and A 2009-2019 Criminal Law (2021)
    • by:  Judge Ma. Rowena V. Alejandria
    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 927-621-02-1485-7
    • No. of Pages: 323
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Edition: 2021

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    Description:

    This work covers Bar Questions for the last 10 years and suggested answers in Criminal Law. This is primarily intended for all those who desire to have a deeper understanding of the issues touched by the Philippine Bar Examinations and its trend. The usual topics asked and how to appreciate the question to be able to hit the answer. Most often, bar candidates prepare for the bar exam, carrying their knowledge but unorganized. The bar taker knows the answer but they tend to forget to prepare how to write down their answers. The suggested answers contained in this book also suggests to the bar taker to answer the questions directly to the point. In other words, “iwasan mo mambola.” The bar examiners would not evaluate whether you are good in memorization but they are interested in your capability to apply these laws to a given case. You need to be careful in understanding the facts, know what is being asked and answer the question briefly, clearly and concisely. The examiner has no luxury of time to entertain your “palabok at mga hanash”. Address the question and give the justification of your answer based on your legal knowledge. Be able to use the legal terms wherever it is appropriate. Do not impress the examiner with your own words or your “sounds like” answers.