A British man has been sentenced to six years by a court in Bali after being convicted of drug possession. He had earlier been cleared of drugs smuggling.
Julian Ponder was detained after the arrest of British grandmother Lindsay Sandiford who received a death sentence last week.
The Indonesian lawyer for Julian Ponder - one of the Britons convicted of drugs offences - has said the six-year prison sentence is "moderate" and that he is thankful for the judge's leniency.
Asked whether he would appeal, Ary Sunardi said he would need to consult with Mr Ponder and that he he will "strongly advise" him not to appeal.
Julian Ponder's lawyer says his client does not want to appeal his six-year sentence for possessing cocaine in Bali.
Hardly surprising, given that in the past foreigners have been given increased sentences when they have appealed in the Indonesian courts.
British national Julian Ponder has been sentenced to six years in prison for possessing drugs in Bali.
Dan's mother Felicity Miller says her family has never been the same since the death of her son.
Dan Miller's sister Susanna is calling for one of the Bali bombing suspects - who is currently being detained in the US - to face trial in an international court: