A woman involved in a violent home invasion on the Red Pheasant First Nation is expected to be sentenced next month.

Last September, 29-year-old Rosella Moosomin was convicted of break and enter and committing bodily harm.

She is the last of six people to be dealt regarding the attack and beating of her uncle, Elbert Pahsaknunk, in April 2011.

The Crown wants a sentence of three to four years, in line with what the five co-accused received.

But the defence is calling for a suspended sentence — arguing Moosomin has lived an exemplary life, and this was out of character for her.