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Strategi Pengembangan Dalam Meningkatkan Daya Tarik Wisatawan Di Watu Bayang Desa Klangon Kecamatan Saradan Kabupaten Madiun Angga Pramodya Pradhana; Anik Tri Haryani; Krista Yitawati
JURNAL DAYA-MAS Vol. 5 No. 2 (2020): JURNAL DAYA MAS
Publisher : Universitas Merdeka Madiun

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33319/dymas.v5i2.44

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Abstract— This community service is done by the author in order to carry out one of the tasks of Tridharma as a lecturer, by helping develop Watu Bayang Tourism in Klangon Village, Saradan District, Madiun Regency. The method I use is to provide information to the Klangon village community about the development strategy in increasing tourist attraction, conducting technology training to the community in promoting Watu Bayang tourism through social media and coordinating with village governments, local governments and communities in managing tourism villages in Klangon Village. The result was obtained a strategy to develop the potential of Watu Bayang tourism area so that it could lift the shadow rock tourism area and improve the economy of the Klangon village community. Keywords—: Strategy; Attraction; Tourism.
Analisis Yuridis Terhadap Pertimbangan Hakim Dan Putusan Hakim Perkara No 75/Pid.B/2021/Pn.Mad Dalam Tindak Pidana Pencurian ( Studi Kasus Di Pengadilan Negeri Madiun ) Angga Pramodya Pradhana; Meirza Aulia Chairani; Retno Iswati; Denny Praptanto
YUSTISIA MERDEKA : Jurnal Ilmiah Hukum Vol. 8 No. 2 (2022): JURNAL YUSTISIA MERDEKA
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33319/yume.v8i2.185

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Abstrac--Humans are individual beings and social beings. As individual beings, humans have physical and spiritual elements, physical and psychological elements, and soul and body. The purpose of this study aims to determine the application of criminal sanctions to the crime of theft in criminal cases No: 75/Pid.B/2021/PN.Mad. This research was carried out at the Madiun District Court by making copies of decisions related to solving the problem of the crime of theft. Besides that, the researcher also conducts a literature study by examining books, literature and laws and regulations relating to the problems that will be discussed in the author's thesis. The findings obtained from this study are first, the application of criminal sanctions against the crime of theft in Criminal Case No: 75/Pid.B/2021/PN.Mad, namely violating Article 363 paragraph 1 (one) 3rd and 4th of the Criminal Code. In addition, the application of criminal sanctions imposed in the crime of theft committed by the defendant does not see the value at stake and the reasons for committing the crime, but whether or not the defendant committed the crime of theft. Second, the judge's consideration in imposing the sanction for the crime of theft in Criminal Case No: 75/Pid.B/2021/PN.Mad is based on evidence, namely witness testimony and the defendant's statement accompanied by evidence submitted by the Public Prosecutor and the facts presented by the Public Prosecutor. revealed in court. In addition, the criminal sanctions given are not aimed at destroying the future of someone who has committed a crime of theft, but to provide a deterrent effect, so as not to repeat the act and make that person better and beneficial to the country and nation.
PENYULUHAN HUKUM PENDIDIKAN ANTI KORUPSI MASYARAKAT DESA BANGET KECAMATAN KWADUNGAN KABUPATEN NGAWI Meirza Aulia Chairani; Angga Pramodya Pradhana; Bambang Sukarjono; Retno Iswati
JURNAL DAYA-MAS Vol. 8 No. 1 (2023): JURNAL DAYA-MAS
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33319/dymas.v8i1.104

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The purpose of this research is so that the people of Banget Village, Ngawi Regency really understand what is meant by criminal acts of corruption and corrupt behavior and the regulations for eradicating criminal acts of corruption. The history of criminal acts of corruption that have existed since the days of the kingdom, and colonization until now has not changed or not in the least. Year after year there has been no decrease in criminal acts of corruption, in fact, it has become more commonplace in society. Corruption is an extraordinary crime that results in state losses. Unethical behavior is an act that has no indication of crime but is the seed of someone who commits an act of corruption. For this reason, we conducted research on how far the public knows the types of corruption and corrupt behavior. Criminal sanctions for perpetrators of corruption are not low, but even though there have been severe sanctions, there are still many perpetrators of corruption. Corrupt behavior not all people know about the form of this corrupt behavior, the act that triggers the criminal act of corruption. So it is very necessary for the village of Banget, Ngawi Regency, to carry out prevention through anti-corruption education.
Peranan Saksi Mahkota Dalam Perkara Tindak Pidana Kasus Pembunuhan Berencana Brigadir Joshua Dikaitkan Dengan Asas Non Self Incrimination Bambang Sukarjono; Meirza Aulia Chairani; Angga Pramodya Pradhana; Lusi Ardiani
YUSTISIA MERDEKA : Jurnal Ilmiah Hukum Vol. 9 No. 1 (2023): JURNAL YUSTISIA MERDEKA
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33319/yume.v9i1.219

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Abstract-The purpose of this study was to analyze the role of the crown witness in the premeditated murder case of Brigadier Joshua associated with the principle of non-self-incrimination and the obstacles to using a crown witness in the premeditated murder case of Brigadier Joshua associated with the principle of non-self-incrimination. This writing research method uses a normative juridical method with three approaches, namely the statutory approach (statute approach), conceptual approach (conceptual approach), and case approach (case approach). The results of the research on the role of the crown witness in the premeditated murder case of Brigadier Joshua were linked to the principle of non-self-incrimination, there were five defendants who were used as crown witnesses against the other defendants namely Ferdy Sambo, Putri Candrawathi, Bripka Ricky Rizal, Strong Ma'ruf and Bharada E However, there were two defendants who refused to be the crown witness for the other defendant, namely Ferdy Sambo who refused to be a witness for Putri Candrawathi, and vice versa Putri Candrawathi refused to be a witness for Ferdy Sambo. With this in mind, there are obstacles that come from obstacles to the defendant, obstacles to evidence, and obstacles to the trial judge. Based on this study, the use of crown witnesses in court proceedings is common. Aims to open the veil of crime from the defendant who was used as a witness. However, the use of crown witnesses must still pay attention to the human rights of the accused. In criminal law theory, this provision is referred to as the principle of non-self-incrimination, namely the defendant has the right not to provide information that incriminates himself (privilege against self-incrimination), which in practice the attitude of silence and not admitting to the accused is used as an excuse or circumstance that can be aggravating for punishing the accused.