The Bali Nine are housed in the maximum security block seen here at Kerobokan Prison
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Lawyer describes what drug offenders face if convicted

Four British men and women are in custody in Bali on suspicion of drugs offences.

If they are found guilty, they could face the death penalty.

Among the 140 people on death row in Bali are two Australian men convicted over a heroin smuggling plot in 2006.

They are part of a group known as the "Bali Nine" and are represented by Julian McMahon. He told BBC Radio 5 live Breakfast what it is like for his clients.

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  • 01 Jun 2012
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