Originally written on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 11/18/14

For now, former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez can at least not worry about who not to trust while he's still going through the process of entering the Bristol County, Massachusetts jail and prison system. Sheriff Thomas M. Hodgson spoke to the NFL Network about the details of what Hernandez is going through as he's being held without bail for the murder of associate Odin Lloyd and a number of weapons charges. Upon his arrival at the Bristol County House of Correction and Jail in North Dartmouth, Hernandez first was kept in the medical unit of the jail for 5 days to undergo evaluation. Authorities held a "classification review on Monday to decide whether he'll go to phase 2, where he'll spend most of his day in a small, single cell except for three hours: one in the shower area, one in the exercise yard and one in the common area/commissary, according to story. Hernandez will be in court again on July 24th for a probable cause hearing. Per NFL.com: ' No other inmates are allowed in the same area when Hernandez is there, Hodgson said, who added that Hernandez's "phase two" status will be reviewed again next week. '

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