Kesebandingan Pidana Uang Pengganti dan Pengganti Pidana Uang Pengganti dalam Rangka Melindungi Hak Ekonomis Negara dan Kepastian Hukum

Fontian Munzil, Imas Rosidawati Wr., Author: Sukendar


Corruption Law should arrange for replacement of the convicted criminal money to be paid to the state. Legally if the convicted person is not able to reimburse the state, it will be replaced with imprisonment. Substitute criminal restitution imposed is not proportional to the amount of money obtained by the convict from the state and in addition, there is a wide disparity of restitution between many convicts. This study examines, first, what kind of additional criminal punishment in the form of payment of compensation which can protect the economic rights of the people? Second, how is the concept of proportionality (proportionality) should be applied for criminal compensation against the accused of corruption in the future? This study is normative juridicial, which uses methods of comparative law and conceptual. The results found that: first, the payment of compensation in practice does not protect the lost economic rights of the people through the passage of time until the decision is legally enforceable; payment of compensation is based only on the amount that the defendant obtained as proceeds of corruption. Secondly, the concept of proportionality/ proportionality substitute for criminal compensation can be applied with Jurimetri approach.


Crime, money substitutes, corruption

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Ius Quia Iustum Law Journal of Islamic University of Indonesia

ISSN 0854-8498 (print), 2527-502X (online)
Published by:  Department of Law, Faculty of Law, Islamic University of Indonesia

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