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                            National Prosecution Service
	MANUAL
		FOR
			PROSECUTORS
FOREWORD
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
NOTE
Rules on Procedure in the Investigation, Prosecution and Trial of Criminal Cases
	PART I. Prosecution of Offenses
	PART II. INQUEST
	PART III. PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION
SEC. 17. where Respondent cannot he subpoenaed - If a respondent cannot be subpoenaed, as, for instance, he transferred residence without leaving any forwarding address, the Investigating Prosecutor shall base his resolution on the evidence presented by the complainant.
	PART IV. PETITION FOR REVIEW
	PART V. BAIL
	PART VI. ARREST
SEC. 2. Remedy if no warrant of arrest is issued by the investigating judge. -If the investigating judge is satisfied that there is probable cause but did not issue the warrant of arrest contrary to the prosecutor's belief that there is a need to place the accused under custody, the speedy and adequate remedy of the prosecutor is to immediately file the information so that the Regional Trial Court judge may issue the warrant for the arrest of the accused.
	PART VII. ARRAIGNMENT AND PLEA
	PART VIII. PRE-TRIAL
	PART IX. TRIAL'
                        

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