Social Justice in Indonesian Judges Decision-Making

International Journal of Global Community

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Title Social Justice in Indonesian Judges Decision-Making
 
Creator Bola, Mustafa
 
Description A syllogism is a process of court decisions between the provisions of law in fact or value life in the community. It is influenced by the presiding judge’s educational background. In legal education, there are several legal thoughts that are not only different but also contradict each other. Contest and segregation between legal thought have an impact on the decision-making process of judges in cases. Indonesian Judges in drawing up legal considerations are required to adhere to the doctrine of the complementary paradigm of legal thoughts, how its application in the field, this study outlines based on a study that has been done by doing the in-depth interviews some Judges and an analysis of the decisions that have been made.
 
Publisher The Riksawan Institute
 
Date 2018-03-31
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://journal.riksawan.com/index.php/IJGC/article/view/3
 
Source International Journal of Global Community; Vol 1 No 1, March (2018): International Journal of Global Community; 1-14
2615-0859
2615-2983
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://journal.riksawan.com/index.php/IJGC/article/view/3/6
 
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