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The court is one of the state powers given the authority to uphold the law to achieve justice. It is said to be one of the tools of state power that is given the authority of law enforcement, because in addition to the court, then in the process of law enforcement there are still other state powers such as the police and prosecutors and executive institutions. Talking about law enforcement and justice in court, what is the substance of our discussion is the extent to which the process of lawdoi:10.5281/zenodo.3608489 fatcat:67sgtrbwwjehxl4xcr2mdoeqju