Aaron Hernandez Trial
A lawyer for former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez is asking a judge to let him question under oath a woman who called him anonymously and raised questions about a member of the jury that convicted his client of murder.
Massachusetts prosecutors say the investigation and trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez cost them nearly half a million dollars.
Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Locke on Thursday set Jan. 4 for the trial to begin, with jury selection slated for Dec. 1.
A perjury charge has been dropped against the fiancee of former New England Patriots star and convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez.
The prosecutor in the Boston double murder case allegedly involving Aaron Hernandez said on Friday that the trial is likely to get underway no later than this fall.
The legal troubles for Aaron Hernandez are far from over even though he’s been convicted of first degree murder.
The jury in the trial of Aaron Hernandez found the former New England Patriots tight end guilty of first-degree murder Wednesday in the 2013 killing of Odin Lloyd.
Members of the jury that convicted Aaron Hernandez of first degree murder said they believe they “did the right thing” with their decision.
Odin Lloyd’s mother and sister addressed the media after Aaron Hernandez was found guilty of first degree murder.
WBZ-TV Legal Analyst Harry Manion called the killing of Odin Lloyd a “planned assassination” led by Aaron Hernandez.