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.
The prosecution says Aaron Hernandez has not established that he has a protected attorney-client relationship with his agent, Brian Murphy.
The former tight end is accused of killing Safiro Furtado and Daniel de Abreau in a drive-by shooting following a dispute at a Boston nightc…
Hernandez’s lawsuit filed in federal court in Boston charges Dallas-based Securus Technologies Inc. with negligence, breach of contract, and…
Hernandez, who is serving a life sentence for a 2013 murder, recently hired a new defense team that includes Florida attorney Jose Baez.
The former tight end is already serving a life sentence in the 2013 killing of semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd.
Carlos Ortiz is set to go on trial in October for murder, but now his lawyers will be in court Monday for a change of plea hearing.
The former NFL star is awaiting trial for a 2012 double murder in Boston and has pleaded not guilty.
Ernest Wallace was acquitted Thursday of first-degree murder but found guilty of accessory to murder, after the fact.
Closing arguments were given Wednesday as the associate of Aaron Hernandez stands trial for the 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd.
Hernandez’s new lawyers have taken control of the phone.
A judge denied prosecutors’ request for a search warrant of Aaron Hernandez’s cell phone in his Boston double murder case.
Garrie Dorman and Peter Dauphinais shared the Bristol Police Department’s Officer of the Year Award this week.
Prosecutors said Wallace was with Aaron Hernandez the night he killed Odin Lloyd in North Attleboro back in 2013.
Monday’s ruling leaves open the possibility that prosecutors could obtain the phone and search it at a later date.
Ernest Wallace’s trial gets underway Thursday in Fall River Superior Court.