A Bay of Plenty man has been found guilty of attempting to murder police officers during a siege at his grandmother's house last year.
Rhys Warren, 28, was found guilty in the Hamilton High Court of two counts of attempted murder, one count of wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm and one count of using a firearm against a police officer.
The jury took four hours to reach its verdict.
There was a high security presence in the courtroom as the verdicts were delivered, with seven Department of Corrections officers surrounding Warren.
The public gallery was packed with friends and family of the defendant.
Warren was arrested at a rural property near Kawerau following a 22-hour standoff in March, 2016 after four police officers were shot.
Warren represented himself in the Hamilton High Court, where he told the jury he had no idea who he was shooting at when he opened fire at armed officers.