THE WAVES OF THE EVIDENCE OF WITNESS WHICH IS PROVIDED BY TELECONFERENCE IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
Current technological developments are felt increasingly rapid, especially technology in the field of communication and information. Using satellite can be seen its development in various parts of the world through various media such as television, cellphones, internet and other media that can be used as a tool to facilitate contact with others. At this time technology makes it easy for people to communicate, through teleconferences. This study discusses how evidence is established in positive law and how the validity of witness testimony through teleconferences in the criminal justice process. The research method used is normative juridical. Normative research is a study that examines legal provisions by using library studies as a source of research. This type of normative legal research begins with the obscurity and obscurity of a norm, normative research aims to find out and describe concerning the validity of evidence of witness testimony provided through teleconferences in the criminal justice system. The research approach used in this study is the statute approach. In the statutory approach, the researcher needs to understand the hierarchy and principles in the statutory regulations invitation. The conclusion of this research is the regulation of evidence in positive law is regulated in Article 184 of Law Number 8 of 1981 concerning the Criminal Procedure Code, namely witness statements, expert statements, letters, instructions and statements of the accused. And the regulation of evidence is also regulated in other specific Criminal Law provisions.