Effect Of The Penalties Of Perpetual Or Temporary Special Disqualification


ART. 31

NOTE: Temporary disqualification if imposed is an accessory penalty. Its duration is that of the principal penalty.

Effects of Perpetual and Temporary Special Disqualification:
1. For public office, profession, or calling
 
   a. Deprivation of the office, employment, profession or calling affected
   b. Disqualification for holding similar offices or employment during the period of disqualification

2. For the exercise of the right of suffrage
 
   a. Deprivation of the right to vote or to be elected in an office
   b. Cannot hold any public office during the period of disqualification

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