Settlement of Criminal Cases through Integration Customary Law Values Angkon Muakhi in Lampung Province

Zainudin Hasan, Erna Dewi, Ahmad Irzal Fardiansyah, Refly Setiawan, Abdurrahman Abdurrahman


The current Indonesian criminal law, although it has used the restorative justice method, has not been able to resolve the core of the problem and has not restored balance in society, so that the settlement of criminal acts is actually not complete to the community, the victim and the victim's family. The importance of criminal law policies for the settlement of criminal cases through the integration of angkon muakhi law to realize justice, benefit, balance and the realization of kinship in criminal law enforcement. This research method uses the combine theory paradigm, mix legal system to generate new ideas in the settlement of criminal cases. This research is normative juridical and empirical juridical research with a socio-legal approach. Primary data collection was carried out by in-depth interviews, sources were determined by snowball method, while secondary data collection was carried out by means of literature study. The findings of this study indicate that the enforcement of criminal law that is being carried out at this time still does not involve the community, there are still found the rights of victims' families and communities that have not been restored, even though restorative justice has been resolved but still leaves disputes, seeds of conflict and grudges both from themselves victim, the victim's family and the surrounding community. Prison sentences are still prioritized in light cases and negligence, both in the investigation process, prosecutors' demands, and the judge's decision. The importance of resolving criminal cases through the integration of the customary law values of angkon muakhi which can resolve cases, conflicts, hostilities and disputes between perpetrators, victims and the community.


Settlement; Criminal cases; Integration; Customary Law Values; angkon muakhi


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