A court in Indonesia has cut the sentence being served by Australian woman Shapelle Corby, her lawyers have said.
Corby's case has generated widespread sympathy in Australia
Corby, who was found guilty of smuggling marijuana into Bali in May, will now serve 15 years in jail instead of 20, attorney Hotman Paris said.
But Corby's sister Mercedes said she was furious with the appeal verdict. "She should be free," Mercedes said.
Corby's case has gripped Australians, with many believing she is innocent.
Mr Paris said he was considering whether to appeal the ruling.
"Her sentence has been reduced by five years to 15 years, but that is still inhuman," Mr Paris said.
"This is only marijuana, not heroin. If the prosecutor appeals this case, then I will also appeal. I also will talk about the verdict with Corby."
Corby's sister said her family was devastated by the appeal court's decision.
"She didn't do it. She should be free," Mercedes Corby said. "I was expecting the Australian government to do something. We're not happy in this sentence and we will appeal immediately."
Corby insists she is innocent, and claims that the 4.1 kg (9 lb) of marijuana found in her surfboard bag were planted.