UPDATE: His lawyer Joe Amendola says he will not lead the appeals process. Amendola plans to testify as a witness in their ineffective counsel appeal.
The appeal will be lead by Karl Rominger a lawyer that was on Sandusky's defense team.
Amendola said they tried to quit at the start of jury selection because they weren't given enough time to prepare. Sandusky's attorneys also say they sought a mistrial that was denied over a the brief part of a November interview the former assistant football coach had with NBC's Bob Costas that was played in court.
The argument of the trial's speed will become a lead reason in the appeal.
Sandusky isn't having a fun time in jail, according to PennLive.com, Sandusky's attorney, Karl Rominger, said that Jerry is ready to get out of isolation. "He's anxious to be able to move around," Rominger said. "His exact quote to me, 'I don’t think I’m suicidal. I’m dealing with this, but if I have to sit around in this cell for a few more days, I am going to go nutty."
TMZ is reporting that all of the inmates welcomed him in December by singing Pink Floyd's Lyrics "Hey Teacher Leave Those Kids Alone!" over and over and over again all night long
One of the Sandusky jurors spoke to NBC and pretty much said all the jurors were on the same page with the verdict.
Jerry Sandusky was found GUILTY on 45 of 48 counts in child sex abuse case
He is Facing A Maximum of 442 years in jail. MUG SHOT TIME
His Lawyer Joe Amendola started to make the media rounds right after the verdict. This guy is a little off if you remember the other day he made the ALL MY CHILDREN comment
One of his first stops was with Anderson Cooper on CNN where he wanted to know if somebody cute would be interviewing him...Awkward