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Masters Thesis | Law | Indonesia | Volume 11 Issue 12, December 2022
Handling of Children's Cases in Conflict with Transformative Justice-Based Law
Abstract: This study aims to find out and analyze the handling of children's cases in conflict with the law based on Transformative Justice. This research method is normative legal research. This type of research is legal research to find the rule of law, legal principles and also legal doctrines to answer the legal issues faced. Normative legal research is carried out to find a problem solver in the legal issues that are being faced. Transformative Justice is a concept that tries to expand Restorative Justice by trying to solve problems not only in the legal domain, namely trying other elements such as social, political, economic and cultural, so it can be said that the concept of Transformative Justice always pays attention to the welfare of children in the sense of avoiding sanctions that are merely punishing for the consideration of these various elements, and emphasizes the principle of professionalism and not only is based on consideration of the severity of the violation of the law but also on the consideration of personal circumstances of the child, such as social status, family circumstances, losses caused or other factors related to personal circumstances that will affect the growth and development of the child, and this is the basis of Transformative Justice as a new formulation or alternative in handling children's cases in conflict with the law as an effort to recover and grow.
Keywords: Child Cases, Transformative Justice, Conflict with the Law
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 12, December 2022,
Pages: 343 - 347
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