Choky Risda Ramadhan or commonly called Bang Choky is a Researcher and Academic of the Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia on issues of justice, criminal procedural law, anti-corruption, and criminal policy. In addition to teaching procedural law, Bang Choky also teaches the Anti-Corruption Clinic at FHUI which does not use conventional teaching because it combines knowledge, skills, and values ​​that are instilled in students.

Bang Choky is a graduate of the Law Faculty of the University of Indonesia and a graduate of the University of Washington Masters program. Currently Bang Choky is undergoing a Doctoral Program at the University of Washington, United States.

Bang Choky once had experience leading an NGO. He served as daily chairman of MaPPI FHUI in 2012 – 2018, and became chairman of MaPPI FHUI in 2018-2019.


  • Benefit-Cost Analysis in Regulatory Establishment: Practice, Criticism and Democratic Instruments (2021)
  • Reviewing the Indonesian Anticorruption Court: A Cost-Effective Analysis in the journal Law and Development Review (2021)
  • Hard Criminal Policy is Not necessarily Smart: evaluation of the criminal law policies of Joko Widodo’s government 2014-2019 in the Indonesian Legislation Journal Vol. 18 No. 3 (2021)
  • Excessive Punishment for Vaccination Refusals in HukumOnline (2021)
  • Narcotics Policy Anomaly (2020)
  • Impractical and Unrealistic: Why an Indonesian Bill to Ban Alcohol Would Cause More Problems Than It Solves in The Conversation (2020)
  • Impractical and Realistic: Challenging the DPR’s Reasons for Amending the Minol Bill in The Conversation (2020)
  • What can be learned from the case of Belva Ruangguru and Andi Taufan Amartha in The Conversation (2020)
  • The Contribution of DNA Forensics in Revising False Sentences in LawOnline (2020)
  • Access to Justice Index in Indonesia 2019 (2019)
  • Baiq Nuril’s case shows sexism still remains in Indonesia’s Supreme Court, despite its equality guidelines in The Conversation (2019)
  • International Anti-Narcotics Day: Experts advise not to jail drug users in The Conversation (2019)
  • Prison riots again in Langkat and Siak. The solution is not to build a new prison but to reduce prisoners and improve prison management in The Conversation (2019)
  • Pre-Prosecution and Its Development in Indonesia (2019)
  • Convergence of Civil Law and Common Law in Indonesia in the Discovery and Establishment of Law in the journal Pulpit of Law-Faculty of Law Universitas Gadjah Mada 30 (2), 213-229 (2018)
  • Reforming Indonesian Rape Law: Adopting US Rape Shield Law in Excluding Prejudicial Evidence in the journal Indonesia Law Review (2018)
  • Pattern and Prevalence of Court Corruption in DKI Kakarta (2017)
  • Sexual Violence Law Enforcement Reform in Kompas (2016)
  • Diffables in Criminal Justice: analysis of decision consistency (2016)
  • Violence against Women in Criminal Justice: Analysis of Decision Consistency (2016)
  • Public Prosecutor’s Information Disclosure: Implementation and Problems in the Indonesian Prosecutor’s Collection of Information (2015)
  • Improving Judicial Efficiency Through the Special Path Mechanism in the Draft Criminal Procedure Code in the journal TEROPONG Vol. August 1 (2014)
  • Plead Guilty, without Bargaining in Pacific Basin Law Journal Vol. 32 (2014)
  • Special Paths and Plea Bargaining: Similar But Not The Same (2013)