The widow of Scott Guy has written to the Attorney General, pleading for justice.
Kylee Guy wants Ewen Macdonald to feel the full force of the law over the charges he's awaiting sentence on.
He's due to be sentenced on Friday for six charges relating to damaging and destroying property - two of which relate to the Guys.
Kylee Guy wants Macdonald to serve time for each crime, rather than at the same time.
In her letter to Chris Finlayson, which is copied to the Prime Minister and Justice Minister, Kylee Guy has pleaded for a sentence that reflects the gravity of his offending.
However, the Attorney General won't be stepping in to the Ewen McDonald case.
A spokesman for Attorney General Chris Finlayson says it'd be improper for any politician to intervene, or comment, on a matter that is before the Courts.
However Mr Finlayson's office says Mrs Guy will receive a response to her letter.
A High Court jury in July found Ewen Macdonald not guilty of the murder of Scott Guy.
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