A trial date of next October has been set for a Red Sox broadcaster’s son charged with killing his girlfriend.
A Massachusetts judge will hear arguments on a request from the son of Red Sox broadcaster Jerry Remy to bar prosecutors from releasing a written summary of their case against him in the stabbing death of his girlfriend.
The son of Red Sox broadcaster Jerry Remy pleaded not guilty Tuesday at his arraignment in Superior Court in the murder of his girlfriend.
In a recent jailhouse interview, Jared Remy said he did not kill his girlfriend, Jennifer Martel.
The son of Boston Red Sox broadcaster Jerry Remy has been indicted by a Middlesex grand jury for murder in the death of his girlfriend.
Jennifer Martel’s mother says her daughter hid what was happening in her relationship with Jared Remy.
Friends and family paid their respects to the young woman who was brutally stabbed to death August 15 by Jared Remy.
A former Essex District Attorney and a Norfolk County prosecutor will conduct an independent review of how the Middlesex District Attorney’s office handled the Jared Remy case.
The Red Sox broadcaster says he and his wife are “heartbroken.”
Patty Martel says her daughter Jennifer felt trapped in her relationship with Jared Remy, feeling she was too dependent on the Remy family’s money to leave with her 4-year-old daughter.