Legal Consequences related to the Deputy Attorney General's Circular Letter for Special Crimes Number: B-765/F/FD/04/2018 in the Settlement of Corruption Cases

Khusnul Fuad


The aim of this research is to examine and analyze the legal consequences related to the Deputy Attorney General's Circular Letter for Special Crimes Number: B-765/F/FD/04/2018 in resolving corruption cases. The approach method used in this writing is normative juridical. This writing specification is analytical descriptive. The role of the Prosecutor's Office in the mechanism for examining Corruption Crimes includes the first preliminary examination process in the form of activities whose details are preparatory examinations, namely investigative and investigative actions. Investigation is the initial act of examining a case and other limitations of investigative duties. Circular Letter Number: B-765/F/Fd.1/04/2018 dated 20 April 2018 concerning Technical Instructions for Handling Corruption Cases at the Investigation Stage, which essentially explains that the investigation stage carried out by the Prosecutor's Office is not only the beginning of searching for initial evidence or finding incidents of criminal acts of corruption in the form of unlawful acts, but the investigation can also find or determine the amount of state losses. When at the investigation stage there is a recovery of state losses, the prosecutor may consider not proceeding to the next stage. Returning state losses is considered to have recovered the victims' losses and if the legal process is continued it is considered to disrupt the stability of the economy and local government and the smooth running of national development.


Attorney; Circular; Corruption.

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