Commute The Punishment And Reduce It On The Accused
When can the court commute the punishment and reduce it on the accused?
The young age of the defender or committing the crime while not having malice motives or of the serious provocation of the wrongdoing made by the victim.
When can the court impose maximum punishment on the accused?
- the Committing the crime with heinous motives
- The Commission of the crime by taking advantage of the victim’s poor perception, inability to resist or in circumstances that others cannot defend him.
- Commission of the crime by means of brutality or mutilation of the victim.
- the occurrence of the crime by a public official by the use of his or her position or capacity unless the law establishes a special penalty in this capacity.