According to the criminal code that applies to Indonesia, a criminal offense or ambtsdelicten is a number of certain criminal acts that can be carried out by people who have positions as civil servants. Office crime is regulated in the second book of chapter XXVIII of the Criminal Code, more specifically regulated in Law No. 31 of 1999 as amended by Law No. 20 of 2001 concerning Eradication of Corruption Crimes. In the Law, the regulations concerning the imposition of sentences, proofs, and compensation for the perpetrators of criminal acts of corruption are explained. The Basic Civil Service Law also regulates the criteria of a state official. This study discusses the Susno Duadji case and the judges' perspective in deciding cases in office crimes juxtaposed with criminological theories where the phenomenon of corruption in Indonesia is like an iceberg and involves many parties in it.