Nia Ramadhani-Ardi Bakrie Sentenced to Jail but Not Yet Arrested, Here’s the Explanation


Nia Ramadhani, Ardi Bakrie, and Zen Vivanto were sentenced to 1 year in prison for drug cases. Was Nia Ramadhani et al immediately detained in prison?

Since being arrested in July 2021, Nia Ramadhani et al have been placed in the Fan Campus rehabilitation center, Cisarua, Bogor. The rehabilitation process itself is carried out for 6 months, with the provisions of 4 months of inpatient rehabilitation and 2 months of road rehabilitation.

At that time, the Program Director of the Fan Campus Rehabilitation Center, Hendra Haeruman, explained that Nia Ramadhani and Ardi Bakrie began their rehabilitation on July 10, 2021. Hendra said that the rehabilitation process for Nia and friends lasted 4 months of inpatient rehabilitation and 2 months of road rehabilitation.

“It goes around July 10, the calculation for 4 months is early December 2021. The four months ended in early December around the 10th,” said Hendra when contacted, Tuesday (2/11/2021).

After undergoing inpatient rehabilitation, both must continue to undergo road rehabilitation for 2 months.

“The next two months the program is in the advanced stage or what we call outpatient care,” he said.

So if it is calculated manually, Nia Ramadhani et al will finish undergoing rehabilitation in February 2022. Then, were Nia Ramadhani and Ardi Bakrie imprisoned after that?

In the trial, Nia Ramadhani and Ardi Bakrie were sentenced to 1 year in prison. However, after the trial Nia was not immediately arrested.

Lawyer Nia Ramadhani et al., Wa Ode Nur Zainab, in the trial had emphasized to the panel of judges that his client could not be detained. This is because the case of Nia Ramadhani et al has not yet signed up.

“In relation to our client, we stated that we immediately appealed, so that in this case what is the decision of the panel of judges according to us legally cannot be implemented or has not been committed,” said Wa Ode in the trial after the judge read out the verdict.

Wa Ode’s statement was immediately responded to by the presiding judge Muhammad Damis. The judge emphasized that the execution of the decision was the authority of the prosecutor.

“It is the right of the public prosecutor to carry out the decision, the execution of the decision is at the discretion of the prosecutor,” said Judge Damis.

So what did the prosecutor say?

“Yes, the point is that this case has not been signed, it cannot be executed because the defendant is on appeal,” said prosecutor Andri S after the trial.

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