Detention is a forceful effort taken to confine freedom in the movement of a suspected person committing a crime in the aim of accelerating criminal justice. However, it does not mean that prisoners whose liberty is confined can be treated arbitrarily in the form of torture, cruel treatment and discrimination. This study aims at observing the implementation of the rights of suspects for not being tortured and cruelly treated in the detention process and the obstacles in the implementation of these rights. The findings shows that this kind of implementation has not been optimally realized as torture practice and cruel treatment due to the weak understanding of law instruments against torture and arrogance of the legal officials are still found.
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