Hernandez Attorney Pens Book On Late Grid StarThe defense attorney for the late Aaron Hernandez is writing a book about the former NFL star and promises ``shocking revelations.''
Judge Dismisses Suit Over Hack of Hernandez Jailhouse CallsA lawsuit brought over hacked jailhouse phone calls of former NFL star Aaron Hernandez has been dismissed by a Massachusetts judge.
Justice Denies Request To Reinstate Hernandez ConvictionA single justice of the highest court in Massachusetts has denied prosecutors' request to reinstate the murder conviction of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez.
Tests Confirm Hernandez Had CTEAaron Hernandez's lawyer says the former New England Patriots tight end's brain showed severe signs of the degenerative brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
Hernandez Wrongful-Death Suits To Be Heard In BostonA judge says two wrongful-death lawsuits pending against the estate of late NFL player late Aaron Hernandez will be heard in Boston, in Suffolk County.
Hernandez Home Sale OffAaron Hernandez's home is back on the market after an agreement to sell it for $1.3 million fell through.
Fiancee Says Aaron Hernandez Denied Rumors He Was GayThe fiancee of former NFL player Aaron Hernandez says he told her rumors that he was gay or bisexual were not true.
Hernandez Thought He'd Be Set Free: FianceeFormer NFL player Aaron Hernandez sounded as if he thought he would soon be freed in his last conversation with his fiancee before he killed himself.
Aaron Hernandez's Fiancee Thought His Suicide Was A HoaxThe fiancee of former NFL player Aaron Hernandez says she thought his suicide was a hoax.
Judge Erases Aaron Hernandez ConvictionA Judge today agreed to erase Aaron Hernandez's conviction in 2013 murder because he died before appeal was heard.
Hernandez Remains Denied To Victim's MotherLawyers for the mother of a man Aaron Hernandez was convicted of killing won't be allowed access to his brain, blood and urine samples in support of her wrongful death suit against the former NFL star's estate.
Prosecutors Don't Want Hernandez Conviction DismissedA request by lawyers for ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez to dismiss his murder conviction would reward his ``conscious, deliberate and voluntary'' act of taking his own life, prosecutors argued Monday.