Bali Nine - Criminal Proceedings - Summary of Sentences

All of the Bali 9 were convicted of drug trafficking of heroin.

Summary of sentences
Defendant From Notes
Andrew Chan Enfield, New South Wales
  • Sentenced to execution by firing squad on 14 February 2006 by the Denpasar District Court
  • Sentence upheld upon appeal to the Bali High Court on 26 April 2006
  • Judicial review lodged with the Denpasar District Court on 13 August 2010
  • Sentence upheld upon appeal to the Indonesian Supreme Court on 10 May 2011
  • Currently in Kerobokan Prison awaiting the commutation of the sentence
Si Yi Chen Doonside, New South Wales
  • Sentenced to life imprisonment by the Denpasar District Court on 15 February 2006
  • Sentence reduced to 20 years upon appeal by Judge Arsan Pardede in the Bali High Court on 26 April 2006
  • On appeal, Supreme Court imposes the death penalty on 6 September 2006
  • On appeal, Supreme Court reduces sentence to life imprisonment on 6 March 2008
  • Serving time in Kerobokan Prison
Michael Czugaj Oxley, Queensland
  • Sentenced to life imprisonment by the Denpasar District Court on 14 February 2006
  • Sentence reduced to 20 years upon appeal by Judge Arsan Pardede in the Bali High Court on 26 April 2006
  • On appeal, Supreme Court reinstates sentence of life imprisonment on 6 September 2006
  • Serving time in Kerobokan Prison
Renae Lawrence Newcastle, New South Wales
  • Sentenced to life imprisonment by the Denpasar District Court on 13 February 2006
  • Sentence reduced to 20 years upon appeal by Judge Arsan Pardede in the Bali High Court on 26 April 2006
  • Five-month remission on Merdeka Day in 2009
  • Serving time in Kerobokan Prison
Tan Duc Thanh Nguyen Brisbane, Queensland
  • Sentenced to life imprisonment by the Denpasar District Court on 15 February 2006
  • Sentence reduced to 20 years upon appeal by Judge Arsan Pardede in the Bali High Court on 26 April 2006
  • On appeal, Supreme Court imposes the death penalty on 6 September 2006
  • On appeal, Supreme Court reduces sentence to life imprisonment on 6 March 2008
  • Serving time in Kerobokan Prison
Matthew Norman Sydney, New South Wales
  • Sentenced to life imprisonment by the Denpasar District Court on 15 February 2006
  • Sentence reduced to 20 years upon appeal by Judge Arsan Pardede in the Bali High Court on 26 April 2006
  • On appeal, Supreme Court imposes the death penalty on 6 September 2006
  • On appeal, Supreme Court reduces sentence to life imprisonment on 6 March 2008
  • Serving time in Kerobokan Prison
Scott Rush Chelmer, Queensland
  • Sentenced to life imprisonment by the Denpasar District Court on 13 February 2006
  • On appeal, Bali High Court imposes the death penalty on 6 September 2006
  • On appeal, Supreme Court reduces sentence to life imprisonment on 10 May 2011
  • On appeal, Bali High Court reduces sentence to 18 years on 15 July 2011
  • Serving time in Kerobokan Prison
Martin Stephens Towradgi, New South Wales
  • Sentenced to life imprisonment by the Denpasar District Court on 14 February 2006
  • Sentence of life imprisonment upheld upon appeal by Judge Lanang Parbawa in the Bali High Court on 26 April 2006
  • On appeal, Supreme Court upheld sentence of life imprisonment on 14 January 2011
  • Serving time in Kerobokan Prison
Myuran Sukumaran Auburn, New South Wales
  • Sentenced to death on 14 February 2006 by the Denpasar District Court
  • Sentence upheld upon appeal on 26 April 2006 by the Bali High Court
  • Sentence upheld upon appeal to the Indonesian Supreme Court on 6 July 2011
  • Currently in Kerobokan Prison awaiting the commutation of the sentence

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