Jury Hears From Tattoo Artist In Hernandez Murder TrialThe jury in Aaron Hernandez's double-murder trial is hearing from a tattoo artist who inked an image of a gun and the phrase "God Forgives" on the former New England Patriots star.
Surviving Witness In Hernandez Case Recalls 'Panic'A surviving witness in the double-murder trial of ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez has recalled the "panic" he felt when two friends were killed in Boston in 2012.
Short Day In Hernandez TrialThe jury in the double-murder trial of ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez has been sent home early after the judge said he needed time to consider a claim that Hernandez's lawyers have new evidence that could help their client.
'Simple Bump' Led Aaron Hernandez To Kill 2, Prosecutor SaysThe murder trial of former NFL star Aaron Hernandez is underway in Boston.
Jury Seated For Hernandez Murder TrialA jury has been selected in the double murder trial of ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez.
Jury Selection Begins For Second Hernandez Murder TrialThe Bristol native and former New England Patriot charged in fatal shooting of two men in Boston in 2012
Request DeniedCellphone contents will not be suppressed at double murder trial
Aaron Hernandez Trial Witness Sentenced For Bar ShootingA witness expected to testify at the upcoming double murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez has been sentenced to five years in prison for his involvement in a 2014 Hartford bar shooting.
Boston Shooting Survivor Claims Hernandez Pulled The TriggerDouble murder trial set to begin in February
Hernandez Sues Over Phone CallsFormer New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez has sued a company after some of his jailhouse phone calls were apparently listened to by an unknown person.
Report: Hernandez Calls Hacked Before 1st Murder TrialA newspaper is reporting that former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez had his jailhouse phone calls hacked when he was being held ahead of his murder trial, and prosecutors weren't told.
Prosecutors Can Search Ex-NFL Star Aaron Hernandez's PhoneMassachusetts' highest court has ruled that prosecutors can examine a cellphone owned by former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez for possible evidence in his upcoming double murder trial.

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