British mother Rachel Dougall has been cleared of being involved in an alleged international drug trafficking ring in Bali, but found guilty of drug possession, and sentenced to one year in prison.
Her lawyer told The Times that as she had already served eight months on jail, he would ask for her to be paroled next month, and sent back to the UK.
Ms Dougall, is one of four Brits accused of attempting to import nearly £1.6 million worth of cocaine on to the island.
She was arrested after police found 25kg of cocaine in a cigarette packet in her house in Tabanan, northwest Bali, during a sting operation.
Exclusive ITV News footage shows British woman Rachel Dougall, held over a £1.6m cocaine haul in Indonesia, being taken to hospital.
Bali's notorious Kerobokan Jail: Built to hold just over 300 inmates, almost 1000 are inside, housed in blocks with ramshackle tin roofs.
A man arrested on suspicion of being part of an international drugs gang tells ITV News one of the other suspects is "going for sympathy."