Bill Cosby’s lawyers laid out their plans Tuesday for appealing the entertainer’s criminal case, alleging that issues ranging from a biased juror to the testimony of five additional accusers denied him the right to a fair trial.

Brian W. Perry, Cosby’s defense lawyer, filed a motion Tuesday in Montgomery County Court listing 11 issues that he intends to pursue to appeal Cosby’s conviction on three counts of aggravated indecent assault.

Cosby, 81, was sentenced in September to three to 10 years in state prison for drugging and assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004. He has been an inmate at State Correctional Institution Phoenix in Montgomery County since his sentencing.

Here are the issues listed in the filing, which will be part of Cosby’s appeal to Superior Court:

Tuesday’s filing was one of the first steps in the appeal process; appeals can take years to make their way through the court system. Both sides eventually will file briefs to Superior Court.