A grandmother from Redcar who is facing a firing squad in Indonesia has submitted an appeal against her sentence.
Lindsay Sandiford was found guilty last month of smuggling cocaine into the resort island of Bali.
Her new lawyer says that the death penalty was unfair because judges did not take her co-operation with the authorities into account.
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Sandiford, a former legal secretary originally from Redcar, was convicted of drug smuggling offences and sentenced to death in 2013.
Durham Crown Court heard that one of the male victims suffered a triple-fractured jaw, while left lying in the gutter, unconscious.