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Jurnal Hukum Lex Generalis
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Penerapan Restorative Justice dalam Perkara Narkotika di Indonesia Sinaga, Haposan Sahala Raja
Jurnal Hukum Lex Generalis Vol. 2 No. 7 (2021): Criminal Law Theme
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The purpose of this study is to examine the application of Restorative Justice in narcotics cases in Indonesia with normative juridical research methods. The results showed that Restorative Justice can be applied to narcotics addicts, abusers, victims of narcotic abuse, narcotics dependence, and narcotics use one day, in case of eligibility such as when caught by police investigators and / or BNN investigators found evidence of use one day and also have the results of an assessment of the Integrated Assessment Team on each filing. The existence of alternative case resolution through Restorative Justice can realize the principles of a quick, simple, and light-cost judiciary, as well as recover and/or develop physical, mental, and social suspects, defendants, or inmates in narcotics cases conducted with integrated and coordinated treatment, treatment and recovery programs.
Penegakan Hukum terhadap Tindak Pidana Penjualan Obat Kadaluwarsa Ditinjau dari Perspektif Hukum Positif di Indonesia Rosalina, Veni
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The regulation, enforcement, and crack down on criminal acts in Indonesia covers almost all areas of human and society life, one of which is in the field of health. In the field of health, especially the sale of pharmaceutical preparations in the form of expired drugs were also targeted by the crimes of rogue people. In fact, this field can be said to be a very vital field and concerns people's life because if the drug is not consumed in accordance with the accurate dose can be toxic to the body. Moreover, if the drug has expired or exceeded the Expired Date (ED) by changing the label of the drug with a new packaging and a new expiry date. People's health and life are not trivial. Therefore, there is a need for strict law enforcement and no tolerance to the perpetrators of the sale of expired drugs in order to cause a deterrent effect for the person and stop the act repeated, especially by other expired drug dealers. Enforcement of the criminal sale of this expired drug has been normatively regulated in positive laws in Indonesia. These arrangements can be found in Health Law and Consumer Protection Law. Both laws are the basis for the enforcement of the law against the criminal sale of expired drugs. The regulation of expired drug distribution crimes is important to accommodate its regulation in positive law in Indonesia especially because considering health is the main capital and has an important role in the framework of growth and life of the Indonesian nation.
Konsep Kerja Sosial Sebagai Alternatif Pidana Pokok Berperspektif Social Defence dan Budaya Moral dalam Upaya Penegakan Hukum Tindak Pidana Korupsi di Indonesia Ticoalu, Luna Dezeana; Ariani, Relys Sandi; Wahyuni, Herlin Sri
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Corruption is still a major problem in Indonesia. Various efforts to eradicate corruption have been carried out, but in fact still less effective. This can be seen from several points of view. Firstly, the substance of the punishment stipulated in Corruption Laws has not given a deterrent effect to the perpetrators. Secondly, weaknesses in the legal structure of the functioning of authorized institutions. And thirdly, the culture of applying punishment is only juridical and does not emphasize the value of society (Shame Culture and Guilt Culture). Therefore, the author offers a solution to the problem, namely the Concept of Social Work as an Alternative criminal principle of Social Defence perspective in the Efforts to Enforce Corruption In Indonesia. This concept is the application of social work punishment into the principal criminal reviewed from the theory of Social Defence by integrating perpetrators into the community as an effort to instill the value of Shame Culture and Guilt Culture. The application of social work punishment into the principal criminal is reviewed from the theory of Social Defence and instills the value of Shame Culture and Guilt Culture by means of punishment cumulatively given with basic criminal punishment. This concept involves prosecutors, supervisory judges, and prisons in the implementation of social work. The research method used is juridical normative with statutory approach, conceptual approach, and comparison approach.
Kerja Sama Indonesia dengan ASEAN Mengenai Cyber Security dan Cyber Resilience dalam Mengatasi Cyber Crime Putri, Kristiani Virgi Kusuma
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Behind the advantages, cyberspace is also has a certain dark side that supports the existence of crimes, such as fraud, terrorist information, pedophilia, and others. In dealing with this, the Indonesian government has made several efforts, one of which is by enacting Law Number 36 of 1999 about Telecommunications and Law Number 11 of 2008 about Information and Electronic Transactions. However, based on research results, from the six ASEAN countries, which are Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam, only Indonesia does not have a specific cybersecurity law. But besides that, in overcoming cybersecurity and resilience, Indonesia is still actively engaged in international cooperation such as joining ASEAN.
Penegakan Hukum terhadap Mafia Karantina COVID-19 Sebagai Pelanggar Undang-Undang Kekarantinaan dan Pelaku Tindak Pidana Pemalsuan Kharisma, Zul Afiatul; Putri, Kristiani Virgi Kusuma
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Positive cases of COVID-19 in Indonesia are increasing significantly. In dealing with this, the government has implemented various policies, one of which is regarding the COVID-19 quarantine, which is based on Law Number 6 of 2018 concerning Health Quarantine. However, in fact, there are still violations in its implementation. Like the case of the COVID-19 quarantine mafia that occurred at Soekarno Hatta Airport. From the results of the research, the perpetrators are suspected of having violated the Quarantine Law and committed a criminal act of forgery, as well as the inaccuracy of law enforcement officers in ensnaring the perpetrators. So that the sanctions that will be imposed are also fairly light and unfair, especially if we observe the impact of it.

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