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Sergeant Danny Nightingale's wife Sally has said she will continue to fight for her husband after the Court of Appeal judge ordered a retrial to take place against his conviction.
She told the assembled media outside the court in London: "If we have to go through it all again, we have to. We have to keep fighting."
SAS sniper Danny Nightingale has won an appeal against a conviction for illegally possessing a pistol and ammunition.
The 38-year-old was sentenced to 18 months' military detention by a judge sitting in a military court in November 2012 after admitting illegally possessing a Glock 9mm pistol and more than 300 rounds of ammunition.
The Court of Appeal today quashed the convictions and ordered a retrial after a hearing in London.
An SAS sniper jailed for illegally possessing a pistol and ammunition said he is hopeful of persuading the Court of Appeal to overturn his convictions.
Sergeant Danny Nightingale said "I'm hopeful," as he arrived for today's hearing. "Always hopeful."
SAS sniper Danny Nightingale was jailed last year for illegally possessing a gun, he said he had forgotten about.
Although he was later freed from jail, his conviction still stands, and today Danny will appear at the Court of Appeal in an attempt to clear his name.
Speaking to Daybreak, his wife Sally said: "I'm half expecting a retrial to be honest. If I think that way then it can't be so hard when it comes."
Thanking the public for their support, she added, "we still get letters, we still get messages on Facebook, through Twitter, and the support that's been going on leading up to this appeal has been massive as well. It really pushes us forward."
The Court of Appeal concluded in late November that Danny Nightingale's sentence was too harsh. Three appeal judges cut the term to 12 months, said it should be suspended, and ordered Sgt Nightingale's release.
Lawyers representing Sergeant Nightingale, 38, are today scheduled to try to quash the conviction at another Court of Appeal hearing in London.
All the casualties were taken to hospital, two by air ambulance. Police were at the scene to carry out an investigation into the circumstances.
The southbound carriageway is closed between junctions 16 and 18, Holmes Chapel, and is likely remain closed for approximately four hours, police said.
"Crews were called to the scene of a major road traffic collision on the M6 southbound between junctions 17 and 16.
"There were seven service appliances at the scene which involved numerous vehicles including two heavy goods vehicles, two cars and one van. The crews were engaged in extricating five casualties who were trapped.
"The officer at the scene summarised that a total of 15 persons and nine vehicles were involved in the collision.
"Five persons were released from vehicles by the Fire and Rescue Service and all casualties were transported to hospitals at Leighton, Crewe and Stoke by the ambulance service. Sadly, one person was confirmed dead at the scene."
The fatal M6 crash has left two people with life-threatening injuries, Cheshire Police said.
A further three motorists are being treated for serious injuries, while another seven people received minor injuries.
The southbound carriageway has been closed between junction 16 and 18 and is likely to be closed for approximately four hours while officers investigate the scene.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service said 15 people were involved in the nine-vehicle crash that killed a motorist on the M6 southbound in Cheshire.
Fire crews released five trapped motorists after numerous vehicles collided between junctions 17 and 16, the service said.
– Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service spokesman
There were seven service appliances at the scene which involved numerous vehicles including two heavy goods vehicles, two cars and one van.
The crews were engaged in extricating five casualties who were trapped. The officer at the scene summarised that a total of 15 persons and nine vehicles were involved in the collision.
All casualties were transported to nearby hospitals.