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JCR. 2020; 7(5): 2033-2036


CRITICAL RENEWAL OF HANDLING PATTERNS IN MISDEMEANORS BASED ON PANCASILA VALUES

R. Bondan Agung Kardono, Nyoman Serikat Putra Jaya, Nur Rochaeti.

Abstract
This paper discusses the effectiveness and impact of the implementation of the pattern of handling cases of minor criminal acts with qualifications of general criminal acts with the nature and characteristics of the case being mild, the modus operandi and construction of the case is very simple, the value of both material and immaterial losses incurred is very small and the value of relevance a sense of justice in the community is very small, in this case even though the case was committed by an adult/over 18 years old. The research methodology used in this scientific paper with a socio-legal approach. This scientific paper discusses and considers the effectiveness and impact of patterns of handling cases of minor criminal offenses based on field research. The findings resulted in recommendations for the renewal of the concept of handling minor criminal cases for the future by using the Theory of the Law as the Soul of the Nation (volkgeist) who explored the value of Pancasila as the soul of the Indonesian nation and used the Theory of Utilitarianism to apply the law that prioritizes the benefits rather than merely fulfilling the law normative. Eventually, a legal system will be obtained in the form of renewing the pattern of handling cases of minor criminal offenses based on the values of Pancasila by prioritizing aspects of justice, humanity and expediency.

Key words: Misdemeanors, Effectiveness, Pancasila, Justice, Humanity, Expediency



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