Jonathan “DJ” Hernandez is expected to testify this week in the double murder trial of his younger brother, Aaron Hernandez.
Before departing the stand, the former best friend of Aaron Hernandez asserted to a defense lawyer that he was not perjuring himself on the …
A defense lawyer questioned the state’s star witness, Alexander Bradley, about the night of the killings where Aaron Hernandez is accused of…
Alexander Bradley gave an eyewitness account to the jury Monday of how he said Aaron Hernandez taunted two men before firing a gun at them.
More data from smartphones was examined in court Friday, along with testimony from a tattoo artist that gave Aaron Hernandez tattoos.
A jury heard testimony on gunshot residue and cell phone records in the double murder trial of Aaron Hernandez on Thursday.
State troopers testified Monday about the gun linked to the killing of two men in 2012, but no DNA or fingerprints linked the gun to Aaron H…
The defense counsel for Aaron Hernandez moved for a mistrial Friday, saying a witness violated rules set down by the judge.
The former NFL star is accused of gunning down Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado in Boston back in 2012.
Boston Sgt. Det. Daniel Duff was questioned about a series of gruesome crime scene photos taken the day Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado w…
The issue was related to expected testimony from a street sweeper who responding officers said they saw leaving the scene of the shooting.
The jury visited several key locations in the case, including the site where Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado were gunned down in 2012.
Prosecutors say Hernandez fatally shot Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado shortly after the encounter in 2012.
Opening statements began late Wednesday morning in the double murder trial of former Patriots star Aaron Hernadez.
Opening statements are scheduled for Wednesday.
Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels had previously been named as a possible witness.
Aaron Hernandez is being tried in the slayings of two men, both of them fatally shot in 2012 after they left a Boston nightclub.
Aaron Hernandez is going on trial again for murder — this time for the 2012 fatal shootings of two men outside a Boston nightclub.
Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels may be asked to testify on the possible meanings of some of Hernandez’s tattoos.
The tattoo artist is the last person on the list of 19 potential witnesses.
Judge Jeffrey Locke said in his ruling Friday that jury selection will still begin on Feb. 13. But he said the selected jury won’t be sworn …
Prosecutors say the former NFL player gunned down two men in their car following an incident at a Boston nightclub.
One tattoo shows a six-shot revolver with five bullets in the cylinder and one empty chamber.
The former NFL star is charged with killing 29-year-old Daniel de Abreu and 28-year-old Safiro Furtado in 2012.
The judge presiding over the upcoming murder trial also denied a bid by Aaron Hernandez’s lawyer to push back the February start.