2014 (Political Law) Bar Exam Questions: Question 29

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XXIX.

Ambassador Gaylor is State Juvenus’ diplomatic representative to State Hinterlands. During one of his vacations, Ambassador Gaylor decided to experience for himself the sights and sounds of State Paradise, a country known for its beauty and other attractions. While in State Paradise, Ambassador Gaylor was caught in the company of children under suspicious circumstances. He was arrested for violation of the strict anti-pedophilia statute of State Paradise. He claims that he is immune from arrest and incarceration by virtue of his diplomatic immunity. Does the claim of Ambassador Gaylor hold water? (4%)

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  1. no. amb. gaylor’s claim cannot hold water. he will be immune from arrest only if his demeanor is connected with his official function and being a phedophile is not one of them.

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