British national Julian Ponder is appearing in court today for the verdict of his trial for drug offences in Bali.
He has been cleared of drugs smuggling but faces a lesser charge of possession, which carries a life sentence.
Ponder is the last of four Britons to be sentenced after Lindsay Sandiford - a 56-year-old grandmother from Cheltenham - was arrested for smuggling cocaine into Bali last year.
Last week, she was sentenced to death although prosecutors had asked for a 15-year jail sentence.
In December, Ponder's partner Rachel Dougall was 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.
In the same month, 40-year-old Brit Paul Beales was sentenced to four years in prison for possessing drugs
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