The protection of legal interest and human right are indispensable function in criminal law system. However, the seesaw of legal interest and human right doesn’t merely be found in the typal crime of criminal law. It also be found in the norms conflict of the Indigenous Peoples Basic Law and Wildlife Conservation Act. Although, the Indigenous Peoples Basic Law Aritcle 19 implemented on February 5th, 2005 and Wildlife Conservation Act Aritcle updated 21-1 on February 4th,2004 are sufficient to demonstrate that the legislators want to maintain the survival and culture of the Indigenous Peoples through the enactment of such norms, the path of lawful hermeneutics in judicial system tight the purpose. “Based on traditional Aboriginal culture and rituals require the use of hunting wild animals managentment approach” enacted on June 6th, 2012 also have inconsistency betwwen the Indigenous Peoples Basic Law and Wildlife Conservation Act. The risk of norms conflict may sustain derivative criminal cases for indigenous peoples and the norms conflict cause indigenous peoples in helpless predicament. Thus, this article use the possibility of consciousness of unlawfulness an element of culpability to be the requlating valve of norms conflict which could hold more space of cushion. In order to find a chance for administrative system and legislative system to adjust existing norms conflict.