Nicholas Sianis, one of eight men to have been charged with the murder of Jason De Ieso, has filed a notice to appeal his conviction.
Jason De Ieso was shot dead his Pooraka crash repair business in Adelaide’s northern suburbs in 2012. Police and prosecutors argued Mr De Ieso was the accidental victim of a feud between rival bikie gangs the Hells Angels and the Finks.
Sianis makes up six of the seven men found guilty of murdering De Ieso, who have filed a notice to appeal their convictions.
The jury did not reach a verdict for an eighth man charged, who maintains his innocence and will face a retrial on a date to be set.
The ABC obtained notice of appeal paperwork for the six men, which outline the numerous grounds of appeal each accused intends to plead.
The majority of the men have requested their conviction be overturned and that an acquittal be declared, or that a new trial be conducted.
Hearing dates for the appeals are yet to be set.
Source: ABC News