Responsibility Of Corporate Crimes In Criminal Actions Of Narcotics

Himawan Aji Angga


This writing aims to determine the accountability of corporate criminals in narcotics crime which is analyzed through Law No.35 of 2009 concerning Narcotics and is based on the premise of the corporation as a subject of criminal law. The results obtained from the study are that:

(1) In the General Explanation of the 2015 Criminal Code Bill Book Number 4, it is stated, among other things: "Considering the progress that has occurred in the fields of finance, economy and trade, especially in the era of globalization and the development of organized crime both domestic and transnational in nature, the subject of law Criminal law cannot be limited only to natural persons (natural person) but also includes corporations, namely an organized group of people and / or assets, whether a legal person (legal person) or not a legal entity, (2) In the case of liability for narcotics crimes committed by organized crime, then every narcotics criminal in the organized crime shall be punished with the same punishment as the perpetrator as referred to in Law No. 35 of 2009 concerning Narcotics in Article 130.

Keywords: Liability, Corporate Crime, Narcotics Crime

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