Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez claims police illegally questioned him at his North Attleboro home.
Lawyers for former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez are asking a judge to suppress evidence from his cellphone.
A judge has granted a request by former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez to suppress evidence from two cellphones and three iPads taken from his home in a search during a 2013 murder investigation.
Shayanna Jenkins’ attorney said errors in testimony to a grand jury were a “good faith mistake.”
Massachusetts prosecutors are recommending probation and home confinement for a cousin of ex-New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez who is charged with contempt and has said she is dying from cancer.
Lawyers are discussing discovery in the case, specifically whether evidence found in Hernandez’s North Attleboro home can be used at trial.
The Patriots had agreed to turn over 317 pages of personnel records but objected to producing scouting reports and a psychological assessment of the team’s former tight end
Lawyers said that during two July hearings, a private conversation between them and with Aaron Hernandez were streamed live over the Internet.
Prosecutors have spelled out what they say is evidence that the fiancee of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez lied to the grand jury that indicted him on a murder charge, including comments she made about a box she discarded at Hernandez’s direction.
A judge has rejected a bid by lawyers for Aaron Hernandez to suppress evidence from a cellphone and video surveillance taken from his home.