New England Patriots team owner Robert Kraft testified Tuesday that his former star tight end Aaron Hernandez told him he was innocent when asked if he was involved in a June 2013 killing.
A bomb threat called in to the courthouse where the murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez is being held has temporarily halted proceedings.
A lawyer for former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez is challenging police over how they handled the crime scene.
Bristol County Superior Court Judge Susan Garsh dismissed the juror after questioning her individually and closing the courtroom to hear evidence on the matter.
Hernandez, 25, is charged in the 2013 shooting death of Odin Lloyd, a 27-year-old semiprofessional football player who was dating the sister of Hernandez’s fiancee.
A Massachusetts sheriff says jail staff are interviewing witnesses and reviewing surveillance video to determine whether charges are warranted.
Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is set to be arraigned on a first-degree murder charge. The arraignment is scheduled for Friday afternoon in Fall River Superior Court.
A Massachusetts grand jury indicts ex-New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez on murder charge in friend’s killing.
In a letter obtained by TMZ, Aaron Hernandez maintains his innocence, claims that God put him in his current situation and asserts that he’ll “prove the haters wrong.”
“Well, it was heartbreaking and sad and we’ve been advised not to comment on an ongoing legal investigation,” Tebow said. “So I’m not going to comment further. But it’s just heartbreaking and sad…”
The photos, taken from Hernandez’s home surveillance system, are the public’s first look at images that appear to show Hernandez holding a gun both before and after the killing.
An associate of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez said he was told Hernandez fired the shots that resulted in the death of a semi-pro football player, according to documents filed in Florida.
A Massachusetts prosecutor has asked for the public’s help in finding a car mirror that may be connected to the murder case against Aaron Hernandez.
A simple search pulled up a number of active auctions on Monday. One red jersey was up to $227.50 after 37 bids.
Mourners gathered at Church of the Holy Spirit in Boston’s Mattapan neighborhood Saturday morning for Odin Lloyd’s funeral.