Criminal Sanctions Against Narcotics Abuse for Himself Associated with Article 127 Law Number 35 of 2009 Concerning Narcotics
The purpose of this research is to analyze Criminal Sanctions Against Narcotics Abuse for Himself Associated with Article 127 Law Number 35 of 2009 Concerning Narcotics. The type of research used in this study is a type of normative legal research, namely viewing and analyzing from the point of view of laws and regulations that apply, especially those related to the problems in this study. The results of the research that the mistake of imposing prison sentences on narcotics abusers occurred since the enactment of Law Number 22 of 1997 concerning Narcotics until now has not changed, even though the Narcotics Law changed to Law Number 35 of 2009 concerning narcotics, explicitly stating the purpose of making the law is "guaranteeing drug abusers get rehabilitation efforts The guarantee of the Narcotics Law is contained in article 55 j.o article 128, namely abusers are required by law to carry out mandatory reporting of addicts to IPWL to obtain rehabilitation services and abusers related to the court are terminated or determined by a judge to receive a rehabilitation sentence. Rehabilitation services through compulsory reporting of addicts are in fact not implemented properly.
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