Principles in Adjudicating Cases.
Judicial power is the power of an independent state to administer the judiciary in order to uphold law and justice based on the implementation of the State Law of the Republic. All interference in judicial affairs by other parties outside the jurisdiction of the judiciary is prohibited, except in cases as stated in the Constitution of the State The court hears according to the law without discriminating against people. The court helps justice seekers and tries to overcome all obstacles and obstacles to a simple, fast, and low cost trial can be achieved. No one can be brought before a court other than what is stipulated by law. No one can be sentenced to punishment, except when the court, because of legal means of evidence, get the conviction that someone who is deemed to be responsible, has been guilty of the act he was accused of.
No one may be subject to arrest, detention, search and confiscation, other than on a written order by a legal authority in matters and according to the manner stipulated in law. Any person who is suspected, arrested, detained, prosecuted, and / or prosecuted before the court must be presumed innocent before a court verdict … Read More