A woman has been sentenced to five and a half years' jail for her role in concealing and failing to report the killing of Jake Anderson-Brettner last year.
Gemma Elizabeth Clark was 24 years old when Mr Anderson-Brettner was killed at a Riverside house on August 15.
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Police found a body part belonging to Mr Anderson-Brettner near Myrtle Park, close to the Tasman Highway, four days after the murder.
The Riverside woman pleaded guilty to being an accessory after the fact to murder and failing to report the killing when she appeared in the Launceston Supreme Court on April 5.
Jack Harrison Vincent Sadler has pleaded not guilty to murdering 24-year-old Mr Anderson-Brettner.
Clark is expected to give evidence during the accused murderer's trial, which will likely be held at the end of this year or early in 2020.
A suppression order prohibits publication of some details of Clark's proceedings until Mr Sadler's trial is complete.
Clark will be eligible for parole after three years. Her sentence was backdated to August 2018.