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Do Ad-hoc Judges Convict More Harshly Than Career Judges? A Case Study of Central Jakarta Tipikor Court
  • Akmal Fadhlurrahman
Akmal Fadhlurrahman
Big Data Analyst at Home Credit Indonesia
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Abstract

I use uniquely collected data of corruption case to test the notion that ad-hoc judges were handing out overzealous sentences to defendants in corruption cases. Controlling for possible aggravating and mitigating circumstances