Australian mum Sara Connor will face murder charges in Bali.
Prosecutors are moving forward with the allegations against Connor in the death of local police officer Wayan Sudarsa, 9 News reports.
'We are convinced that we can prove it in court,' Chief of General Crime at Denpasar District Attorney, Ketut Maha Agung told reporters on Tuesday.
According to The Sydney Morning Herald Connor and her boyfriend David Taylor ‘will both face charges of unpremeditated murder, group attack or assault leading to death which carry a maximum sentence of 15 years' jail.’
Connor, a mother of two, has maintained she was trying to break up the fight between Taylor and Sudarsa.
Her Australian barrister Peter Strain said: 'We have enormous respect for the justice system in Indonesia and are hopeful that once the judges hear the truth, Sara will be acquitted.'