A Massachusetts judge says she found no ethical violations by prosecutors in the Aaron Hernandez murder case, but she did impose a formal gag order to protect the ex-New England Patriot’s right to a fair trial.
A judge says prosecutors in former NFL star Aaron Hernandez’s murder case cannot have recordings of his jailhouse phone calls.
A man who claims he was shot by former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been shot again in Connecticut.
Massachusetts prosecutors are seeking recordings of jailhouse phone calls by former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez, who they say used “coded messages” to communicate about the murder case against him.
Boston police write in the June 28 affidavit there is probable cause to believe that Hernandez was driving a vehicle used in the shooting and “may have been the shooter.”
A lawyer for an associate of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez charged as an accessory to murder says his client was just “along for the ride.”
According to the warrant, police suspect Hernandez was driving a SUV that was involved in the murders of two men in the South End in July 2012.
Prosecutors allege Shayanna Jenkins lied to the grand jury that indicted Aaron Hernandez, including about disposing of evidence at his request.
An uncle of Aaron Hernandez was operating a motor scooter under the influence of alcohol and drugs when he crashed in August and was killed, police said Friday.
A judge may impose a formal gag order in the murder case against former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez after his attorneys accused the state of allowing leaks that jeopardize his right to a fair trial.