RESTRICTION OF CRIMINAL RIGHTS OF CORRUPTION FOLLOWING PUNISHMENT IN KUPANG CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN TERMS OF JUSTICE PERSPECTIVES
Remission is the right of prisoners, therefore, in legal state everyone is treated similarly. When a person
is not able to make money as a substitute for a criminal fine, so convict can succeed him to live a criminal
supplementary criminal confinement. As for the problem studied is whether the restriction of the right of
remission operated in law in a correctional institution reflects a sense of justice and the same treatment before
the law. This research is ofnormative law type. The results of the study found that there is unequal legal
treatment for convict that cannot afford to pay the replacement and criminal penalties but to replace it with a
supplementary criminal imprisonment. It is suggested that there should have been reformulation about remission
rules for women involved in criminal acts of corruption.
Key Words: Right Of Convicts, The Restriction Of The Right, Remission, Criminal Acts Of Corruption
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