Open Disobedience


1. That the offender is a judicial or executive officer;
2. That there is a judgment, decision or order of superior
3. That such judgment, decision or order was made within
   the scope of the jurisdiction of the superior authority
   and issued with all the legal formalities; and
4. That the offender without any legal justification openly
   refuses to execute the said judgment, decision or under
   which he is duty bound to obey.

Judgment should have been rendered in a hearing and issued
within proper jurisdiction and with all required legal


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