Judicial Affidavit

Judicial Affidavit

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

REGIONAL TRIAL COURT

NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

BRANCH 245, PASIG CITY



PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES

Plaintiff.

      -versus- CRIM CASE NO.

      111222-33-44-GG

FOR: THEFT

BOB ONG

Accused.

X-------------------------------------------

X



JUDICIAL AFFIDAVIT

I, POL G. MEDINA, Filipino of legal age, married and with address at 1224 PugadBaboy St. San Andrews, Manila, after having been duly sworn in accordance with law, do hereby

depose and state that:

Question No. 1 (“Q1”): What is your current profession?

Answer (“A”): I am currently a barangay tanod in our barangay.

Q2: Where is your barangay?

A: It is in PugadBaboy St. San Andrews, Manila

Q3: How long have you been a barangay tanod?

A: I have been a tanod for 2 years now.

Q4: What are the principal duties of your profession?

A: My responsibility includes keeping the security of our barangay, traffic control, making arrests if there is a crime happening and there are no police to make the arrest.

Q5: Where you the one who arrested the suspect BOB ONG?

A: Yes, me and some of the tanods as well

Q6: What day was this?

A: Sunday, January 5, 2013

Q7: At what time did you make the arrest?

A: It was 2:00 in the morning

Q8: Are you sure?

A: Yes

Q9: How can you be sure?

A: I looked at my wristwatch, and because I studied law and it taught me that whenever you make arrests, you should always be aware of every detail including the time.

Q10: Can you tell us what occurred before you arrested the suspect?

A: My fellow tanods and I were making the usual rounds in our barangay, when we got to PugadBaboy St. we saw someone jumping down from a wall.

Q11: How high was the wall?

A: It was about 8 feet.

Q12: Is this wall part of a house?

A: Yes

Q13: Whose house?

A: The house of my mother Pal Medina.

Q14: Then what happened?

A: I recognized the man that...

View Full Essay