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Code of Canon Law


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penal
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | the Church cannot renounce penal law. However, penalties 2 Intr | the Church,” “processes,” “penal law.”~The issues dealt with 3 1, 0, 6| universal or particular penal laws whatsoever issued by 4 1, 0, 19| matter, a case, unless it is penal, must be resolved in light 5 1, 0, 87| however, from procedural or penal laws nor from those whose 6 1, 0, 196| prescripts of the canons on penal law.~ ~ 7 6, 1, 1310| Christian faithful with penal sanctions.~ 8 6, 1, 1311| 1312 §1. The following are penal sanctions in the Church:~ 9 6, 1, 1311| purpose of the Church.~§3. Penal remedies and penances are 10 6, 1 | TITLE II.~PENAL LAW AND PENAL PRECEPT (Cann. 11 6, 1 | TITLE II.~PENAL LAW AND PENAL PRECEPT (Cann. 1313 - 1320)~ 12 6, 1, 1314| legislative power can also issue penal laws; within the limits 13 6, 1, 1315| are to take care that if penal laws must be issued, they 14 6, 1, 1318| expiatory penalties.~§2. A penal precept is not to be issued 15 6, 1 | III.~THE SUBJECT LIABLE TO PENAL SANCTIONS (Cann. 1321 - 16 6, 1, 1327| subjected to a penance or penal remedy unless the perpetrator 17 6, 1, 1335| under pain of nullity;~4/ a penal transfer to another office;~ 18 6, 1 | CHAPTER III.~PENAL REMEDIES AND PENANCES~ 19 6, 1, 1339| can add penances to the penal remedy of warning or rebuke.~ ~ 20 6, 1, 1341| by extrajudicial decree; penal remedies and penances, however, 21 6, 1, 1343| for the prescription of a penal action has elapsed for the 22 6, 1, 1347| solicitude or even through penal remedies if the matter warrants 23 7, 1, 1404| the Apostolic See and, in penal cases, bishops;~4/ other 24 7, 1, 1411| Can. 1412 In penal cases the accused, even 25 7, 1, 1416| or her own contentious or penal case to the Holy See for 26 7, 1, 1424| cann. 1686 and 1688;~2/ penal cases: a) concerning delicts 27 7, 1, 1429| the public good and for penal cases; the promoter of justice 28 7, 1, 1452| proceed even ex officio in penal cases and other cases which 29 7, 1, 1455| observe secrecy of office in a penal trial, as well as in a contentious 30 7, 1, 1481| are necessary.~§2. In a penal trial, the accused must 31 7, 4 | PART IV.~THE PENAL PROCESS (Cann. 1717 - 1731)~ 32 7, 4, 1719| are not necessary for the penal process.~ 33 7, 4, 1721| decreed that a judicial penal process must be initiated, 34 7, 4, 1722| the law itself when the penal process ceases.~ 35 7, 4, 1726| any grade and stage of the penal trial it is evidently established 36 7, 4, 1728| trial must be applied in a penal trial; the special norms 37 7, 4, 1729| Can. 1729 §1. In the penal trial itself an injured 38 7, 4, 1729| in the first grade of the penal trial.~§3. The appeal in 39 7, 4, 1729| appeal cannot be made in the penal trial; if both appeals are 40 7, 4, 1730| excessive delays in the penal trial the judge can defer 41 7, 4, 1730| definitive sentence in the penal trial.~§2. After rendering 42 7, 4, 1730| rendering the sentence in the penal trial, the judge who does 43 7, 4, 1730| for damages even if the penal trial still is pending because 44 7, 4, 1731| the sentence rendered in a penal trial has become a res iudicata,


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