Implementasi Jenis Sanksi bagi Anggota TNI Pelaku Kejahatan Ditinjau dari Peraturan Berlaku

  • Nurliana Ritonga Fakultas Hukum, Universitas Asahan, Sumatera Utara
  • Ismail Ismail Fakultas Hukum, Universitas Asahan, Sumatera Utara
  • Frandika Ferianto Ompusunggu Universitas Asahan, Sumatera Utara
  • Dany Try Hutama Hutabarat Fakultas Hukum, Universitas Asahan, Sumatera Utara
Kata kunci: Implementation, Sanction, Members, TNI

Abstrak

Any activities or actions of members of the TNI that violate law, order and authority and cause public unrest will be immediately subject to sanctions. If a criminal case is not immediately resolved in accordance with applicable law, it is very detrimental to the victim, the perpetrator (in this case the TNI members themselves) and the unit in general that develops personnel. Crime is a crime that is prohibited by laws and regulations, as well as threats (punishments) in the form of certain crimes against people who violate the prohibition. Indonesian law states that no citizen is immune from the law, even if the crime was committed by a citizen or member of the TNI. Every member of the TNI must have a disciplined attitude and carry out the task of being a role model for the surrounding community, but the TNI is also an ordinary human being who can sometimes commit despicable and despicable personal actions. Any activities or actions of members of the TNI that violate law, order and authority and cause public unrest will be immediately subject to sanctions. If a criminal case is not immediately resolved in accordance with applicable law, it is very detrimental to the victim, the perpetrator (in this case the TNI members themselves) and the unit in general that develops personnel. Crime is a crime that is prohibited by laws and regulations, as well as threats (punishments) in the form of certain crimes against people who violate the prohibition. To speak of evil, the following elements must be present: 1. Purpose. 2. Error (trick or error). 3. Breaking the law s. 4. Prohibited or obligatory actions that are punishable by a criminal. 5. Other objective elements, such as time, place and circumstances. Criminal sanctions are a conflict of pain imposed by the state on the convict.

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Diterbitkan
2024-01-29
Bentuk Sitasi
Ritonga, Nurliana, Ismail Ismail, Frandika Ompusunggu, and Dany Hutama Hutabarat. MODELING: Jurnal Program Studi PGMI 10, no. 4 (January 29, 2024): 637-653. Accessed July 15, 2024. https://jurnal.stitnualhikmah.ac.id/index.php/modeling/article/view/2110.
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