Salmanan Was Only Sentenced to 4 Years in Prison and a Fine of 1 Billion
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|Salmanan Was Only Sentenced to 4 Years in Prison and a Fine of 1 Billion|
Doni Salmanan has been sentenced to 4 years in prison in connection with a case of illegal trading on the Quotex application.
The public prosecutor (JPU) had previously demanded that Doni Salmanan be sentenced to 13 years in prison, however the panel of judges had decided that Doni Salmanan's sentence be commuted to 4 years in prison.
Chairman of the panel of judges Achmad Satibi Bale Bandung District Court has decided that the defendant Doni Salmanan was sentenced to 4 years in prison and must pay a fine of Rp. 1 billion.
If the defendant is unable to pay the fine, the sentence can be replaced by an additional 6 months in prison.
"Send a sentence on the defendant with a prison term of 4 years and a fine of Rp. 1 billion with the stipulation that if it is not paid, it will be replaced with a sentence of 6 months," said the judge on Thursday (15/12/2022).
In this case the panel of judges also revealed that the defendant was considered dishonest in providing information as a Qutex affiliate, this of course could burden his sentence.
However, there is something that makes the judge have to reduce his sentence, namely Doni Salmanan has never had anything to do with the police or been punished.
"The accused has never been convicted" said the judge. Doni Salmanan has been charged with the first being Article 45A paragraph (1) in conjunction with Article 28 Paragraph 1 of RI Law Number 11 of 2008 concerning ITE as amended and added to RI Law Number 19 of 2016 concerning amendments to RI Law number 11 of 2008 concerning Electronic Information and Transactions .
And the second indictment is considered not to meet the judge's requirements, the defendant must indeed be punished according to the sentence handed down to Doni Salmanan. "Ordered the accused to remain in detention," said the chairman of the panel of judges Achmad Satibi.