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Criminal Law Study On the Criminalization of Law Enforcement to Active Buyers of Illegal Drug Types of Tramadol in Republic of Indonesia Law Number 36 Of 2009 Concerning Health


Criminal Law Study on the Criminalization of active buyers of Tramadol-Type Illegal Drugs in the Republic of Indonesia Law Number 36 of 2009 Concerning Health, namely that even though an act has no rules in the law it does not mean eliminating the crime which in this case is called rechtdelicten as well as criminal law which is the object of study regarding violations and crimes, thus the buyer is active even though it is not regulated in law but the buyer is active as a crime that is against the law because of the criminalization of active buyers of tramadol-type hard drugs that are seen from a victimizing perspective, in this case it is the community and pays attention to the public / the sub-social element where Tramadol-type hard drugs cause harm to society even if it’s very small because even though it’s not regulated in law, the law actually becomes onrecht (against the law).

Keywords: Criminal, heath, public health, tramadol type

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