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Unnes Law Journal
ISSN : 22526536     EISSN : 27224503     DOI : https://doi.org/10.15294/ulj
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Unnes Law Journal (Unnes L.J.) is a double-blind peer-reviewed legal journal (ISSN Print 2252-6536 ISSN Online 2722-4503) publishes research and review papers concerning to Legal Studies. Unnes L.J. published biannually by the Faculty of Law, Universitas Negeri Semarang on April & October. Focus and Scope of Unnes L.J. are concerning (but are not limited to): Criminal Law, Private Law, Administrative Law, International Law, Procedure Law, Tax Law, Customary Law, Islamic Law, Environmental Law, State Administrative Law, Law Land, Insurance Law, Law and Human Rights, Politics of Law, Sociology of Law, Anthropology of Law, Philosophy of Law, Agrarian Law, Forestry Law, Law of the Seas, Ocean Law, Climate Change Law, Maritime Law, Diplomatic Law, Humanitarian Law, Special Criminal Law, Economic Law, Business Law, Consumer Protection Law, Intellectual Property Rights Law, Capital Market Law, Comparative Law, Regional Financial Law, Regional Autonomy Law, Sharia Economic Law, Health Law, Law and Society, Law and Forensics, Criminology, Victimology, Penitentiary Law, Law and Technology, Law and Gender Studies, and other related issues on Law in broader aspects (including Social, Economic, Politic, Security, Education, and Culture).
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Alternative Model of settlement of Narcotics abuse by Children through the mechanism of Diversion (Case study in sambas district) Oktarina, Tri Nurmega
Unnes Law Journal: Jurnal Hukum Universitas Negeri Semarang Vol 4 No 2 (2015): Unnes L.J. (October, 2015)
Publisher : Faculty of Law Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ulj.v4i1.38782

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this case discusses about in narcotic narcotics version of child (case study in district of execution of diversion against child of perpetrator of narcotics crime pursuant to law no 11 year 2012 about juvenile criminal justice system from position of law of diversion to child abuse of narcotics in developmental perspective criminal law is a non-panel policy measure for handling child perpetrators of child criminal acts as their handling is transferred to the juvenile justice system. related to the handling of children of narcotics abuse, the main problem that arises from the criminal justice process of a child or criminal decision is the stigma attached to the convict of narcotics abuse after the completion of the criminal justice process tends to increase the abuse of narcotics conducted by the child. the diversi- fication concept set forth in the Indonesian justice system is putting the obligation to divert in any judicial proceedings (investigation, prosecution, trial) of the diversion settings against the perpetrators, the future narcotics crime concept of implementation is only a component and improved the structure of the Juvenile justice system as an alternative to formal criminal justice by placing diversionary efforts in every stage of the judicial process (investigation, prosecution and civil law). future divergence concepts not only as an alternative to the just legal system but the diversion that really excludes the process
Alternative Model of settlement of Narcotics abuse by Children through the mechanism of Diversion (Case study in sambas district) Oktarina, Tri Nurmega
Unnes Law Journal: Jurnal Hukum Universitas Negeri Semarang Vol 4 No 2 (2015): Unnes L.J. (October, 2015)
Publisher : Faculty of Law Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ulj.v4i1.38782

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this case discusses about in narcotic narcotics version of child (case study in district of execution of diversion against child of perpetrator of narcotics crime pursuant to law no 11 year 2012 about juvenile criminal justice system from position of law of diversion to child abuse of narcotics in developmental perspective criminal law is a non-panel policy measure for handling child perpetrators of child criminal acts as their handling is transferred to the juvenile justice system. related to the handling of children of narcotics abuse, the main problem that arises from the criminal justice process of a child or criminal decision is the stigma attached to the convict of narcotics abuse after the completion of the criminal justice process tends to increase the abuse of narcotics conducted by the child. the diversi- fication concept set forth in the Indonesian justice system is putting the obligation to divert in any judicial proceedings (investigation, prosecution, trial) of the diversion settings against the perpetrators, the future narcotics crime concept of implementation is only a component and improved the structure of the Juvenile justice system as an alternative to formal criminal justice by placing diversionary efforts in every stage of the judicial process (investigation, prosecution and civil law). future divergence concepts not only as an alternative to the just legal system but the diversion that really excludes the process
Reviving the Sense of Deterrent Effects To Prisoners Inside Penal Institutions Hanif, Muhammad Miftakhuddin
Unnes Law Journal: Jurnal Hukum Universitas Negeri Semarang Vol 4 No 2 (2015): Unnes L.J. (October, 2015)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ulj.v4i2.38780

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Prison sentence is a form of punishment which until now is one of the favorite punishments implemented and applied in the Indonesian punishment system. Imprisonment of the existing imprisonment proved to have a lot of gap abuse in him both by wardens or by inmates even by third parties. This in fact makes the prison yag should be the place to make the deterrent effect seems to change a lot. Even those changes made prisons a fertile ground for the inmates and made the prison a place of business. Therefore, it is necessary to solve the problem and find a way out to overcome the problem to create law that is safe and prosperous and revive the sense of a deterrent effect to inmates in prisons
Reviving the Sense of Deterrent Effects To Prisoners Inside Penal Institutions Hanif, Muhammad Miftakhuddin
Unnes Law Journal: Jurnal Hukum Universitas Negeri Semarang Vol 4 No 2 (2015): Unnes L.J. (October, 2015)
Publisher : Faculty of Law Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ulj.v4i2.38780

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Prison sentence is a form of punishment which until now is one of the favorite punishments implemented and applied in the Indonesian punishment system. Imprisonment of the existing imprisonment proved to have a lot of gap abuse in him both by wardens or by inmates even by third parties. This in fact makes the prison yag should be the place to make the deterrent effect seems to change a lot. Even those changes made prisons a fertile ground for the inmates and made the prison a place of business. Therefore, it is necessary to solve the problem and find a way out to overcome the problem to create law that is safe and prosperous and revive the sense of a deterrent effect to inmates in prisons
Legal Analysis of Legal Personality Organization of South East Asian Countries (ASEAN) As the Subject of International Law Satesna, Dhezya Pandu
Unnes Law Journal: Jurnal Hukum Universitas Negeri Semarang Vol 4 No 2 (2015): Unnes L.J. (October, 2015)
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ASEAN stands on August 8, 1967 under the agreement of five foreign ministers of Southeast Asian Countries namely Adam Malik (Indonesia), Tun Abdul Razak (Malaysia), Thanat Khoman (Thailand), Rajaratnam (Singapore), and Narcisco Ramos (Philippines) . The ASEAN Charter is the legal and institutional framework that binds all ASEAN member countries, and makes ASEAN an organization of legal status. ASEAN has immunities and privileges in the territory of the Member States as necessary to achieve its objectives. ASEAN with the ASEAN Charter being a full international organization, there are clear rules on ASEAN. Among them are the privileges and immunities for Permanent Representatives and diplomatic diplomatic agents in the ASEAN Secretariat.
Legal Analysis of Legal Personality Organization of South East Asian Countries (ASEAN) As the Subject of International Law Satesna, Dhezya Pandu
Unnes Law Journal: Jurnal Hukum Universitas Negeri Semarang Vol 4 No 2 (2015): Unnes L.J. (October, 2015)
Publisher : Faculty of Law Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ulj.v4i2.38781

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ASEAN stands on August 8, 1967 under the agreement of five foreign ministers of Southeast Asian Countries namely Adam Malik (Indonesia), Tun Abdul Razak (Malaysia), Thanat Khoman (Thailand), Rajaratnam (Singapore), and Narcisco Ramos (Philippines) . The ASEAN Charter is the legal and institutional framework that binds all ASEAN member countries, and makes ASEAN an organization of legal status. ASEAN has immunities and privileges in the territory of the Member States as necessary to achieve its objectives. ASEAN with the ASEAN Charter being a full international organization, there are clear rules on ASEAN. Among them are the privileges and immunities for Permanent Representatives and diplomatic diplomatic agents in the ASEAN Secretariat.
Legal Protection Against Geographical Indications of Registered Brands by Others Who Have No Rights Sarmilah, Milah
Unnes Law Journal: Jurnal Hukum Universitas Negeri Semarang Vol 4 No 2 (2015): Unnes L.J. (October, 2015)
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Geographical Indication is one form of Intellectual Property Rights that must be protected. In the Trademark Law, Law Number 20 Year 2016 and Government Regulation Number 51 Year 2007 on Geographical Indication have been explained in general the legal protection of Geographical Indication can be given if the subject matter have legal standing. To obtain legal standing can be done by registering Geographical Indication to ensure legal certainty. And the duration of protection may take place indefinitely as long as the characteristics and / or qualities underlying the protection are provided. Indonesia as an archipelagic country is very famous for its natural wealth. Unfortunately, there are still many Geographical Indications of Indonesia that are registered by the Foreign Marks that cause Indonesia to suffer economic losses, therefore it is necessary to take a recovery effort so that Geographical Indication that should be owned by the Indonesian nation can be re-owned by Indonesia.
Legal Protection Against Geographical Indications of Registered Brands by Others Who Have No Rights Sarmilah, Milah
Unnes Law Journal: Jurnal Hukum Universitas Negeri Semarang Vol 4 No 2 (2015): Unnes L.J. (October, 2015)
Publisher : Faculty of Law Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ulj.v4i2.38783

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Geographical Indication is one form of Intellectual Property Rights that must be protected. In the Trademark Law, Law Number 20 Year 2016 and Government Regulation Number 51 Year 2007 on Geographical Indication have been explained in general the legal protection of Geographical Indication can be given if the subject matter have legal standing. To obtain legal standing can be done by registering Geographical Indication to ensure legal certainty. And the duration of protection may take place indefinitely as long as the characteristics and / or qualities underlying the protection are provided. Indonesia as an archipelagic country is very famous for its natural wealth. Unfortunately, there are still many Geographical Indications of Indonesia that are registered by the Foreign Marks that cause Indonesia to suffer economic losses, therefore it is necessary to take a recovery effort so that Geographical Indication that should be owned by the Indonesian nation can be re-owned by Indonesia.

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