A woman from Teesside currently on trial in Indonesia for drug trafficking will have to wait for nearly two weeks for a judgment.
Lindsay Sandiford, originally from Redcar, was arrested in May after police in Bali said that they found more than ten pounds of cocaine in the lining of her suitcase.
Earlier, she told the court she became involved only because her children were in danger.
Prosecutors presented their case in court today.
They want a 15-year jail term - a lesser sentence than the maximum penalty for drug trafficking which is death.
The judgement is expected on January 22nd.
More top news
Following criticism from MPs and campaigners, the work and pensions secretary said the helpline would be free by the end of the year.
Mary Reid has been recognised for tending to German war graves in Castletown cemetery for more than 60 years.
A draft masterplan for the economic development of the Tees Valley has been unveiled, amid hopes for 20,000 new jobs.