LEGAL PROTECTION FOR PRISONERS TO OBTAIN THE RIGHT TO PAROLE IN A HUMAN RIGHTS PERSPECTIVE
This study aims to analyze the legal protection for prisoners to obtain parole rights from a human rights perspective. The research method used is normative juridical. The results showed that the legal protection of prisoners is an effort to protect the law against various freedoms of prisoners (fundamental rights and freedoms of prisoners) as well as various interests related to the welfare of prisoners. One of the prisoners' rights is parole. Parole is the process of coaching a prisoner outside the correctional facility after serving at least 2/3 (two thirds) of his sentence provided that 2/3 (two thirds) of the sentence is a minimum of 9 (nine) months. from the function of a correctional institution, which is one of the parts of the Indonesian criminal justice system, namely the Police, the Attorney General's Office and the Court. The provisions regarding parole in Indonesian laws and regulations, for the first time, are contained in the term conditional release in the Criminal Code (KUHP), Law Number 12 of 1995 concerning Corrections, and Decree of the Minister of Justice Number M.01- PK.04.10 Year 1999 concerning Assimilation, Parole and Leave Towards Free.
Protection, Prisoners, Parole, Rights, Human Rights