Dualistic law enforcement system for conventional traffic violations compared to electronic tickets
Ahmad Heru Romadhon, Raul Zaikus Sandy Wibawa, Edo David Supriyanto, Boby Pratama Dirja
This study aims to base on the common interest to understand law enforcement which has a dualistic system in enforcing traffic violations previously carried out conventionally and now using electronic tickets. This research is a normative juridical research, based on a rule that is in force today, namely Law No. 22/2009 on traffic, and comparing case studies with other countries outside Indonesia. In the subject of this research, an electronic ticket with CCTV aids is very effective to be absorbed anywhere. In addition, electronic tickets can make vehicle drivers obey a number of restrictions that have been passed through a number of regulations that still apply today. It is hoped that in the future the ticket court will require everyone who violates the court to not have to bother coming to court to attend the ticket decision. enough with notifications that are sent through personal mobile phones and pay a fine via transfer.
Ahmad Heru Romadhon, Raul Zaikus Sandy Wibawa, Edo David Supriyanto, Boby Pratama Dirja. Dualistic law enforcement system for conventional traffic violations compared to electronic tickets. International Journal of Law, Volume 6, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 209-213