Jeffrey Lepsch wants appeals courts to overturn murder convictions
Lepsch is serving two life sentences for 2012 murders of Paul Petras and son A.J.
LA CROSSE, Wis. (AP) — The man convicted of killing a father and son at their downtown La Crosse photo shop has filed an appeal.
Jeffrey Lepsch, 41, is currently serving two life sentences for the 2012 murders of Paul Petras and his son A.J.
Lepsch, from Dakota, Minnesota, stole about $17,000 worth of camera equipment after shooting the two.
Lepsch was denied a new trial last November after claiming his trial attorneys were ineffective when it came to removing potentially biased jurors. La Crosse County Judge Ramona Gonzalez said Lepsch received a fair trial.
However, now Lepsch wants the appeals court to overturn his convictions.