• Suherman Suherman Mahasiswa Program Ilmu Hukum FISIP UMRAH
  • Dewi Haryanti Dosen FISIP UMRAH
  • H. Hendra Arjuna Dosen FISIP UMRAH
Keywords: Investigation, Corruption, Utilazation


Cessation of investigations of alleged small acts of corruption thorugh the return of state finances. Terminating this investigation is focuse on handling it at the prosecutor’s office. Termination of case with the return of state finances based on circular from the attorney general number B- 1113/F/Fd.I/05/2010, raises the problem of vorius sections of the community that in essence the community considers that stopping the investigation harms a sense of justice and opens loopholes for the corruptors to escape the law. The purpose of this study is to determine the benchmarks of the prosecutor’s office in stopping small corruption cases and to know the process of stopping the investigation of alleged corruption through state financial compensation. The method used is normative legal research or library law research with the problem approach that author uses in this study is the concept of expediency approach. This approach moves from the views and doctrines in the science of law, the author will find the purpose and purpose of a legal norm. the data sources come from laws and literature (library research) consists of primary legal materials, secondary legal materials and tertiary legal materials. Cessation of corruption cases by the prosecutor can be done in several ways such as issuing a letter stopping the prosecution, cessation letter of investigation, and cessation letter of investigation based on circular of the young attorney general number: B-1113/F/Fd.1/05/2010 about priorities and achievements in handling corruption. Therefore the prosecutor’s benchmarks in stopping small corruption cases based on the circular of the young attorney general should be correct. Because corruption is an economic crime in the process of handling must take into account the entire costs incurred, therefore seek and recover state finances, which have suffered losses recovered by returning state finances as much as possible