The Massachusetts judge overseeing former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez’s murder trial has banned all NFL gear from the courthouse once the trial starts.
A Massachusetts judge says prosecutors in a murder case against Aaron Hernandez may not tell jurors about two other killings with which the ex-New England Patriot is charged.
Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez asked a judge Friday to bar prosecutors from telling a jury at his upcoming murder trial about evidence of his other alleged crimes, including the fatal shootings of two Boston men in 2012.
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick and team owner Robert Kraft are listed as possible witnesses by prosecutors in the upcoming murder trial of former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez.
A judge on Tuesday agreed to delay the trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez in the 2012 slaying of two Boston men after his lawyer said Hernandez’s defense team is busy trying to prepare for his trial in a 2013 killing.
Testimony enters its third day lawyers for Aaron Hernandez seek to have some evidence thrown out, including cellphone and home surveillance system records.
Video of a search of Aaron Hernandez’s home being searched was part of the evidence presented at a hearing on suppressing some evidence in his case. . Hernandez can be seen stretched out on his couch while authorities are in the house.
A judge is expected to hear from lawyers for ex-New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez who want additional evidence in the murder case against him to be thrown out.
Tanya Singleton of Bristol, cousin of Aaron Hernandez, is expected to plead guilty to a contempt charge in a Massachusetts court this afternoon,
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez says in a court filing that he felt helpless and concerned about his fiancee and their baby when police investigating a 2013 killing questioned him during a search at his home.