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| International News | Saturday August 18 2012 6:17
Schapelle Corby may be able to apply for parole immediately, after Indonesian authorities shaved another six months off her sentence.
Her mother Rosleigh Rose says the convicted drug-smuggler is in good spirits and positive about her chances of being released from a Bali jail.
The 35-year-old was convicted of drug smuggling after she was caught in 2004 attempting to import more than four kilos of marijuana into Bali.
The Australian Government has been preparing a letter of support for Corby if she decides to seek parole.
However, the Government is refusing to say if it'll provide a guarantee that she'll adhere to a strict set of conditions likely to be imposed during her period of probation.
Experts also caution that parole is extremely rare for foreigners in Indonesia.
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