XX. Due Process in Criminal Proceedings, Article III, Section 14

A. Right to presumption of innocence

Cases:
– Coronel v People, GR 214536, 13 Mar 2017
– People v Macapundag, GR 225965, 13 Mar 2017
– People v Amarela, GR 225642-43, 17 Jan 2018
– Corpuz v People, GR 74259, 14 Feb 2019 (Equipoise Rule)

B. Right to be heard by himself and counsel

Case: Delgado vs. CA, GR L-46392, 10 Nov 1986

C. Right to be informed of the nature and cause of accusation

Cases:
– People v Amoc, GR 216937, 5 Jun 2017
– People v Galicia, GR 218402, 14 Feb 2018
– People v Dagsa, GR 219889, 29 Jan 2018
– Ricalde v People, GR 211002, 21 Jan 2015 (Variance Doctrine, Rule 120, Section 5, RC)

D. Right to speedy, impartial and public trial

RA 8493 – Speedy Trial Act of 1998

Case:
– Office of the Court Administrator v Judge Dumayas, A.M. RTJ-15-2435, 6 Mar 2018

E. Right to confront witness face to face

F. Right to compulsory process to secure attendance of witnesses and production of evidence

G. Promulgation in Absentia

– Rule 120, Section 6, Revised Rules of Criminal Procedure

Cases:
– Jaylo v Sandiganbayan, GR 183152, 21 Jan 2015
– Javier v Gonzales, GR 193150, 23 Jan 2017

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