PERSIDANGAN PERKARA PIDANA ONLINE DALAM KAITANNYA DENGAN HUKUM PEMBUKTIAN DI PENGADILAN NEGERI POSO

Jimmy Donovan, Madiasa Ablisar, Sunarmi Sunarmi, Mahmud Mulyadi

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ABSTRACT
The concept of proof in online criminal trials in early research is often echoed that
evidence tends to be a formality, even though detention is carried out. So that tends to be
in online crime, the defendant/legal adviser cannot verify and identify the evidence
submitted by the public prosecutor. While the evidence determines the truth whether the
defendant committed a crime or not. To find out the concept of implementing online
criminal justice during the Covid-19 period, as well as how to get around the obstacles and
solutions carried out by the Poso District Court regarding the concept of proof during the
Covid 19 pandemic, it is necessary to conduct research. The results of the study found
that in the context of proof it is necessary to maintain the system evidence in the context
of fulfillment of the nature of material truth. In order to get around the obstacles within the
scope of the Poso District Court where the obstacles to fulfilling the principle of trials that
are open to the public as well as technical obstacles within the scope of Human
Resources in the legal structure system, it is necessary to complete the fulfillment of
elements in Technology and Information Personnel. To maximize the costs incurred the
fulfillment strategy will be borne by the defendant.
Keywords: Trial; Criminal Cases; Online; Poso District Court.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.46576/lj.v3i2.3102

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