BANTUAN HUKUM GOLONGAN TIDAK MAMPU DALAM PERKARA PERDATA DI PENGADILAN NEGERI YOGYAKARTA

https://doi.org/10.22146/jmh.16149

Tata Wijayanta(1*)

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Abstract


The legal aid clinics in Yogyakarta District Court are established with the involvement of six universities. This institution is designed to accommodate both individuals and collective justice seeker who cannot afford trial costs. Based on the research, it is concluded that the implementation of the program of legal aid in civil cases has not been observed optimally. Compared with the legal aid organizations that have long been providing legal assistance for poor people, the existence of legal aid post in the district court has not been widely known by the public.

 

Pos bantuan hukum dibentuk di Pengadilan Negeri Yogyakarta dengan melibatkan enam lembaga bantuan hukum perguruan tinggi. Lembaga ini diperuntukkan bagi pencari keadilan baik perseorangan ataupun berkelompok yang secara ekonomis tidak mampu (miskin). Berdasarkan penelitian dapat disimpulkan bahwa pelaksanaan program bantuan hukum dalam perkara perdata belum terlaksana maksimal. Dibandingkan dengan lembaga bantuan hukum yang telah lama berkiprah memberikan bantuan hukum bagi masyarakat golongan tidak mampu di pengadilan maka pos bantuan hukum yang keberadaan di lingkungan pengadilan negeri ini belum banyak dikenal oleh masyarakat.


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