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Jurors in Aaron Hernandez Case Allowed to Watch Super Bowl but Must Leave Room if name is Mentioned

Jurors in Aaron Hernandez Case Allowed to Watch Super Bowl but Must Leave Room if name is Mentioned The 18 jury members from New England for the Aaron Hernandez murder trial are allowed to watch the Super Bowl. However the overseeing judge has stated if Hernandez’ name is mentioned, they … The post Jurors in Aaron Hernandez Case Allowed to Watch Super Bowl but Must Leave Room...
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Aaron Hernandez lawyers say he had no motive to kill his friend

ESPN:The judge overseeing former New England Patriots standout Aaron Hernandez's murder trial says jurors can watch this weekend's Super Bowl but must walk away or otherwise distance themselves if his name is mentioned.Aaron Hernandez's attorneys stole the show on the opening day of their client's murder trial, writes Lester Munson. Bristol County Superior Court Judge Susan Garsh...
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Aaron Hernandez jurors allowed to watch Super Bowl

The Aaron Hernandez murder trial started on Thursday, and it appears that the judge overseeing the trial is going to be a bit lenient when it comes to the jury. Judge now allowing jurors to watch Super Bowl but requests them to leave room if Aaron Hernandez mentioned — Michele Steele (@ESPNMichele) January 30, 2015   Normally, jurors are asked to avoid everything that...
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Aaron Hernandez’s DNA found on bullet casing, joint near body

The Aaron Hernandez murder trial for the death of Odin Lloyd got underway Thursday in Bristol County, Mass., with both sides giving their opening statements. In his opening statement, Bristol County Assistant District Attorney Patrick Bomberg listed all the evidence that ties Hernandez to the crime, and it seems to be pretty strong. According to...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Aaron Hernandez Witness List For Murder Trial Is Star Studded

Aaron Hernandez prosecution's witness list has been released for the Odin Lloyd murder trial, and it is a star studded group of individuals.
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Aaron Hernandez Murder Trial Live Stream: Opening Statements Begin

The murder trial of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez begins Thursday in Bristol County Superior Court. Hernandez is accused of killing Dorchester man Odin Lloyd in 2013. Two other alleged accomplices will be tried separately. The proceedings got off to a rough start when one juror was late and another had to be replaced for an undisclosed reason, but things finally...
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Alleged Aaron Hernandez Jailhouse Letter Up For Sale On eBay (Photos)

You really can buy anything on eBay. A seller on the auction website posted a book containing a letter allegedly written by former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez in 2013 while he was serving time in Bristol County Jail on murder charges. TMZ Sports reported that Hernandez was investigated for trying to sneak notes through the prison by...
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As Patriots prepare, it's easy to forget about Hernandez

On Thursday, the New England Patriots will participate in their second-to-last full practice in advance of Super Bowl XLIX in Phoenix. And while they do that, the murder trial will begin for a man who played a key role in helping them win playoff games only two years ago. But what’s most amazing about the fact that the beginning of Aaron Hernandez’s murder trial coincides...
Via This Given Sunday
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Hernandez jury finalists asked if they're Patriots fans

  Lots of people in New England are Patriots fans, which explains why it might be difficult to find eligible jurors for the Aaron Hernandez murder trial.   A questionnaire given to the final set of prospective jurors for the trial in Bristol County Superior Court specifically asks if the members of the jury pool are Patriots fans and if they have ever attended a Patriots...
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Prosecutors to ask Hernandez's fiancée to testify for immunity

Prosecutors appear to lack a major witness in the Aaron Hernandez murder trial. If a potential deal goes through, that could change in a big way.   Prosecutors submitted a petition Wednesday to judge Susan E. Garsh asking the court to grant Hernandez’s fiancée, Shayanna Jenkins, immunity in exchange for her testimony against the former New England Patriots tight end. Jenkins’...
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