PERLINDUNGAN HUKUM TERHADAP CALON ADVOKAT YANG SEDANG MAGANG PADA KANTOR HUKUM BERDASARKAN UNDANG-UNDANG NOMOR 18 TAHUN 2003 TENTANG ADVOKAT
Abstract: The subject matter of the study of the effect of the law on the judge's decision to ignore the litis contestatio in the criminal acts of corruption, with the problem of how the legal position of the indictment in the judicial process against a criminal act of corruption and what the legal consequences if the judge's decision on a crime occurred ignore litis contestatio. Approach of concepts and case approach, the following conclusions are obtained: Legal Status The indictment in a criminal case of corruption which is one of the most fundamental principles in the criminal process is the necessity of making an indictment and the judge may only decide on the basis of the facts, less or more. The indictment is viewed as litis contestation. The indictment is the basis for the judge in examining and adjudicating a criminal case and the Judge's Decision on a case involving STA in a criminal act of corruption in Judge Consideration based solely on facts in the hearing does not comply with the provisions of article 182 paragraph (4) of the Criminal Procedure Code, If the provisions of the articles charged by the Public Prosecutor are not legally and convincingly proven, the Judge shall award the decision or the vrijspraak as determined in Article 191 paragraph (1) of the Criminal Procedure Code, and if not in accordance with Article 197 paragraph (2) of the Criminal Procedure Code then the verdict will be null and void.
Keywords: Decision / Procedure / paragraph / judge / Indictment / Hukum / Ignore / Undang / Advokat / Contestatio
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