Effectiveness of corruption court in corruption eradication in Indonesia

Joko Setiyono
2018 IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environment  
The light decisions (verdict) of the Judges of Regional Corruption Courts to the perpetrators of corruption, both imprisonment and restitution, are not proportional to the amount of loss to the state. In addition, the presence of red-handed catch (OTT) by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) against the judges of the Corruption Criminal Court showed the presence of crucial problems in its formation as a Special court. An examination was conducted on the basis of the main problems: first,
more » ... the condition of the resources at the Corruption Courts; second, the main problems causing the ineffectiveness of Corruption Courts; three, in relation with the supervision and control of the Corruption Courts in corruption cases in Indonesia. The research method is juridical empirical based on the primary and secondary data related to the subject matter. There are several conclusions from the research results. First, the condition of the Corruption Court's resources must pay attention to the system of recruitment, the judge's control over the formal and material legal sources related to the Corruption Court, and the integrity of the Judge. Second, the main cause of ineffectiveness of the Corruption Court is due to the accumulation of cases, the overworked judges, the difficulties of the prosecutor to present witnesses, and related to the large operational costs of the trial. Third, the supervision and control of the Corruption Court involve free and light decisions, negative behavior, and saving the Judge.
doi:10.1088/1755-1315/175/1/012201 fatcat:onqac2ktafeb5dz4ulgyhxdjei