Awareness of attack, ability to flee NEGATE treachery

Neither can treachery be appreciated against appellant. The victim was aware of the attack against her. She was even able to flee, albeit briefly, from her attacker. Finally, it was not shown that appellant consciously and deliberately adopted the particular means, methods and forms in the execution of the crime. [G.R. No. 111541. December 17, 1996]

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