Lawrence Army, Jr., an attorney for inmate Kyle Kennedy, said Wednesday that Hernandez told his client in early March he was thinking he was…
A spokesman for the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office said prosecutors will oppose the motion.
Superior Court Justice Thomas F. McGuire, Jr. handed down the order just hours before Hernandez was laid to rest.
Dozens of mourners turned out for the invitation-only service in Hernandez’s hometown of Bristol, Connecticut.
Attorney Doug Sheff said the team might owe Aaron Hernandez’s estate up to $6 million if his murder conviction is thrown out.
Attorneys for the family said they’re considering taking action against the Massachusetts Department of Correction.
He says the family will go to court if necessary and that it will be seeking an independent autopsy.
Attorneys for Odin Lloyd’s mother have placed an attachment on the house as part of a lawsuit against Hernandez.
Authorities offered few answers after Hernandez was found hanging from a bedsheet Wednesday in his cell in a maximum-security prison.
Community members say they knew a different man than the one accused of murder.
Despite his acquittal, the families of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado still believe Aaron Hernandez was responsible for their deaths in …
The former NFL star was found by guards hanged with a bedsheet at about 3 a.m. Wednesday and was pronounced dead about an hour later.
Under a long-standing Massachusetts legal principle, courts customarily vacate the convictions of defendants who die before their appeals ar…
It’s been years since Hernandez has stepped onto a football field, but news of his reported suicide was having an impact in the sports world…
Hernandez’s attorney and former agent both cast disbelief that the former Patriot would take his own life.
A team spokesman says the Patriots are aware of the reports of Hernandez’s death but the club isn’t expected to comment.
From a college stand out to a convicted murderer, here’s a look at the life of the former Patriots star.
The former Patriots player was discovered hanging in his cell early Wednesday morning.
Jurors convicted him of a single charge: unlawful possession of gun. The judge sentenced him to an additional four to five years in prison.
The jury has deliberated for 32 hours. Deliberations are set to resume Friday.
The jury received the case on Friday but has yet to reach a verdict.
Jurors have spent about 19 hours deliberating since Friday. Deliberations are scheduled to resume Wednesday morning.
Sullivan said the choice of a white woman on the mostly minority jury “has very troubling racial overtones.”
The former NFL player is charged with first-degree murder in the 2012 shootings of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado.
Jurors were given the case shortly before 9:30 a.m. Friday after Judge Jeffrey Locke gave them final instructions on the law.