PADANG ADVOCATES’ PERCEPTION TOWARD THE IMPLEMENTATION OF E-COURT POLICY AS EFFICIENCY EFFORT IN LAW ENFORCEMENT

Authors

  • Otong Rosadi, Sahnan Sahuri Siregar, Rina Asmeri

Abstract

The Disruption Era requires everything to be easy, fast-paced, and efficient. This kind of reality grows on simple, fast, and low-cost principles that underlie the process of court proceedings in Indonesia. The existence of this principle certainly requires that the examination of cases in the judicial process to be carried out in a fast time, without convoluted process, and only require a small fee that can be borne by the justice seeker community (yustisia belen). Therefore, the Supreme Court Policy that applies the electronic court application (E-Court) is a necessity in the world community today. This research tries to find out how the Padang advocates' perceptions of the implementation of E-Court in court are related to the efficiency of law enforcement efforts in the city of Padang. This type of research is "sociolegal research", carried out with field studies and supported by document studies. This type of research is intended to express advocates' perceptions about the application of E-Court. Field research methods are used by collecting data from public society (advocates and justice seekers). The technique of collecting data is through observation, questionnaires, and interviews. Before being analyzed, the collected data was tested by the data triangulation technique. A total of 20 Advocates and 4 justice seekers were used as respondents along with two resource persons. The results showed that as many as 5 or 25% of respondents did not have an E-Court account, 8 people or 40% had never used it, 50% had used an E-Court using a peer account. Only 4 people or 20% mentioned that the implementation of E-Court in the Padang District Court had not yet seen efficiency. While 16 people or 80% of other respondents stated that the implementation of E-Court in the court was very efficient, especially facilitating case registration; letter of call is also clear and saves money; Costs incurred following the standard costs; correspondence becomes easier. So the application of E-Court is a policy that can encourage efficiency in law enforcement efforts. This research recommends that the E-Court Application be made simpler so that the efficiency of law enforcement efforts as an implementation with the principle of simple, fast, and low cost in justice can be fulfilled.

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

Otong Rosadi, Sahnan Sahuri Siregar, Rina Asmeri. (2020). PADANG ADVOCATES’ PERCEPTION TOWARD THE IMPLEMENTATION OF E-COURT POLICY AS EFFICIENCY EFFORT IN LAW ENFORCEMENT. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 7085-7101. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1981