There are hopes of a breakthrough in the case of the SAS sergeant from Cheshire who's in a military jail for illegally possessing a gun he'd forgotten he had.
It's been confirmed that an appeal by Sergant Danny Nightingale from Crewe is being lodged tomorrow.
Today though - the Attorney General, the Government's chief legal adviser, said it would be "inappropriate" to review the decision to prosecute.
That's despite the Defence Secretary asking him if it was in the public interest for the case to have been brought at all.
This report from our correspondent Rob Smith contains flash photography from the start:
Lawyers for an SAS sniper from Cheshire are to challenge whether it's in the public interest to continue with a retrial.
Cheshire SAS sniper Sergeant Danny Nightingale, who was released from jail last week after winning a court appeal, has returned to work.
Released Cheshire SAS Sniper Danny Nightingale speaks exclusively about his release to ITV's Daybreak