Potential of Barriers to Proceedings in Court Using Internet

Yasser S. Wahab, Ahmadi Miru, Musakkir ., Mustafa Bola


Article 2 paragraph (4) the Law Number 48 of 2009 concerning Judicial Power provides that judicial proceedings are conducted in a simple, quick, and low-cost manner. The entire scope of the court proceedings in Indonesia is basically divided into three parts, namely: the answering process of the parties, the process of evidence, and the decision making process. The use of internet media facilities is applied in the process of answering to each procedural law of all courts in Indonesia. It is necessary to have technical instructions regarding the mechanism contained in the Supreme Court Regulations and the Republic of Indonesia's Constitutional Court Regulations as guidelines for court administering courts. 

Keywords: Obstacle to Court Proceeding, Internet.

DOI: 10.7176/JLPG/89-06

Publication date:September 30th 2019


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