2013 (Remedial Law) Bar Exam Questions: Multiple Choice Question 5

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Character evidence is admissible ______. (1%)

(A) in criminal cases – the accused may prove his good moral character if pertinent to the moral trait involved in the offense charged

(B) in criminal cases – the prosecution may prove the bad moral character of the accused to prove his criminal predisposition

(C) in criminal cases under certain situations, but not to prove the bad moral character of the offended party

(D) when it is evidence of the good character of a witness even prior to his impeachment as witness

(E) In none of the given situations above.

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