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Aaron Hernandez

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  • Aaron Hernandez Defense Can Subpoena Phone Records To Probe Possible Juror Misconduct

    Aaron Hernandez Defense Can Subpoena Phone Records To Probe Possible Juror Misconduct
    Aaron Hernandez's defense lawyers can subpoena Verizon to investigate whether one of the jurors who voted to convict the former NFL tight end of murder this year lied in order to get a seat on the jury, a judge ruled Friday. Defense attorney James Sultan...
  • Judge approves subpoena of phone records in Hernandez case

    Lawyers for former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez can take steps to identify an anonymous tipster who claimed that one of the jurors who convicted him of murder may have lied during jury selection, a judge ruled Friday. Judge Susan Garsh...
  • Aaron Hernandez Judge Refuses To Overturn Murder Conviction

    Aaron Hernandez Judge Refuses To Overturn Murder Conviction
    A Massachusetts judge last week refused to overturn or to reduce Aaron Hernandez's first-degree murder conviction, rejecting defense lawyers' arguments that the state "utterly failed" to prove the former New England Patriots player killed Odin Lloyd in...
  • Judge blocks contact with juror in Hernandez murder case

    A judge is barring both sides of the completed Aaron Hernandez murder case from contacting one of the jurors who convicted the former New England Patriots star tight end of a 2013 killing. The order follows concerns from a Hernandez lawyer that the juror...
  • Hernandez Co-Defendant's Attorney Says Police Were Coercive

    FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) — An attorney for a man who was charged with murder along with ex-NFL player Aaron Hernandez argued Friday that police coerced him to answer questions in the investigation and the information should not be allowed into...
  • Lawyer: Aaron Hernandez juror may have been 'untruthful'

    A lawyer for Aaron Hernandez has told a judge he's concerned one of the jurors who convicted the former New England Patriots star tight end of murder may have been "untruthful" during jury selection. In redacted court documents released Monday, lawyer...
  • Hernandez Lawyers Receive Tip About Possible Jury Conflict

    Hernandez Lawyers Receive Tip About Possible Jury Conflict
    One of the jurors who voted to convict former NFL tight end Aaron Hernandez of murder this year has been accused of lying in order to get a seat on the jury, setting off a potential legal challenge of the guilty verdict. A lawyer representing the...
  • Media group asks judge to unseal Hernandez juror documents

    A media group on Friday asked a judge to unseal documents relating to an unspecified juror issue in ex-New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez's recent murder trial in Massachusetts. "It's an attack on the media that doesn't go anywhere. I think it...
  • Media Group Asks Judge To Unseal Documents Tied To Juror In Hernandez Case

    Media Group Asks Judge To Unseal Documents Tied To Juror In Hernandez Case
    FALL RIVER, Mass. — A media group Friday asked a judge to unseal documents relating to an unspecified juror issue in ex-New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez's recent murder trial in Massachusetts. "It's an attack on the media that doesn't...
  • Jury Selection In Aaron Hernandez Double Murder Trial To Begin In December

    Jury Selection In Aaron Hernandez Double Murder Trial To Begin In December
    BOSTON, Mass. –– Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez will stand trial for the 2012 murder of two Dorchester men beginning in December, a Superior Court judge ruled Thursday. Judge Jeffrey Locke set jury selection for Dec....
  • Hernandez's Appeal Argument Could Rest On Cruelty Of Slaying

    Hernandez's Appeal Argument Could Rest On Cruelty Of Slaying
    When Aaron Hernandez was convicted of first-degree murder last week, a jury found that the government proved all but one aspect of its case: that Odin Lloyd's killing was planned in advance. Instead, prosecutors convinced jurors that the crime was so...