Open Court Principle in the Implementation of Courtroom Television in Indonesia and the Psychologycal Mind of Defendant
Keywords:Open Court, Courtroom Television, Psychologycal, Defendant, Principle
This research aims to analyze and carry out theoretical criticism related to the open court principle, in the implementation of courtroom television in Indonesia. There are differences in the implementation of courtroom television in several cases in Indonesia. As in the case of Jessica Kumalawongso, the entire trial process, including the verification process, was broadcasted live. The research method is the socialjuridical method. In such events, the presumption of innocence principle and the principle of witnesses being prohibited from communicating with each other were also damaged. The implementation of courtroom television affected the defendant’s psychological condition. Thus,s this research will conduct a theoretical study related to the open court principle in the implementation of courtroom television in Indonesia and its consequences.
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