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Case Studies | Law | Indonesia | Volume 10 Issue 12, December 2021
A Juridical Study of the Rehabilitation Judgment Assessment for Narcotics Abuse
Agus Darwanta | Handoyo Prasetyo
Abstract: Narcotics Law No. 35 of 2009 addresses narcotics abuse and illicit narcotic drug trafficking. This law adheres to a double-track system in the form of criminal and action sanctions. In court decisions, there can be differences regarding criminal or sanctions actions. This study was subjected to analysis of several rehabilitation decisions for narcotic abuse. Based on assessments from the Integrated Assessment Team, the results of the analysis of the criminal verdicts for rehabilitation in narcotics abuse cases are still diverse and varied. Efforts to fulfil rehabilitation rights for narcotics addicts during the trial process are assessments from the Integrated Assessment Team that state that the accused requires rehabilitation, according to Law No. 35 of 2009. The assessment results should be the basis of the judge's decision in fulfilling rehabilitation rights for narcotics addicts while remaining guided by juridical elements, philosophical elements, and sociological elements.
Keywords: assessment, narcotics, criminal, judge's decision, rehabilitation
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 12, December 2021,
Pages: 858 - 863
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