The Aaron Hernandez murder trial began on Thursday, and yesterday Judge Susan Garsh had an interesting decision to make: Should jurors be allowed to watch tomorrow's Super Bowl? While the NFL certainly hopes their biggest game of the...Show More Summary
Now we know why the trial of Aaron Hernandez is expected to take up to two months: prosecutor William McCauley is doing the questioning. In Day 2 of the murder trial against the former New England Patriots star we learned that Comfort...Show More Summary
Opening statements began for accused murderer Pedro Hernandez in regard to perhaps one of America’s most famous missing children cases, Etan Patz. Etan Patz was only six years old when he disappeared from his lower Manhattan neighborhood on May 25, 1979, after walking by himself to the school bus stop for the first time. Show More Summary
Thirty-five years after the disappearance of a 6-year-old boy in Manhattan ushered in an era of protectiveness for America's children, trial began Friday for a mentally ill man with a low IQ who confessed to his murder and kidnappin...
The murder trial in the death of 6-year-old Etan Patz kicked off Friday, with accused killer Pedro Hernandez hoping to prove a past confession to the crime was make-believe. Manhattan… READ ON
On the second day of Aaron Hernandez's blockbuster murder trial, prosecutor shows graphic photos of victim, judge talks Super Bowl
Aaron Hernandez was not the “close friend” to his alleged murder victim that his defense lawyer claims, according to testimony of the dead man’s girlfriend Friday. Hernandez, 25, allegedly murdered… READ ON
The murder trial is underway. How much we pay attention may depend on the uncertainty of the outcome.
The presiding judge in the Aaron Hernandez murder trial will allow jurors to watch the Super Bowl. According to ESPN’s Michelle Steele, Bristol (Mass.) County Superior Court Judge Susan Garsh said jurors can watch Sunday’s game between the Patriots and Seahawks, but she asked them to step out of the room if Hernandez — the…
The Aaron Hernandez murder trial got underway yesterday, and prosecutors revealed two previously un-reported pieces of evidence while delivering opening statements. Read more...
By Natasja Sheriff NEW YORK (Reuters) - The mother of Etan Patz, a boy whose disappearance from a New York City street in 1979 ignited a national movement to find missing children, will tell jurors at his accused killer's trial about the "nightmare that never ended," a prosecutor said on Friday. Show More Summary
Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez‘s murder trial is being broadcast live online on NBC as day two gets underway in Fall River, Massachusetts courtroom. The live stream can be viewed in the video player above with a warning that some disturbing images might be shown throughout the trial. Show More Summary
The first Aaron Hernandez murder trial got rolling on Thursday, with opening statements in the case arising from the June 2013 shooting death of Odin Lloyd. Via the Boston Herald, prosecutors revealed during their overview of the evidence to be introduced two intriguing pieces of information. A marijuana joint was found near Lloyd’s body, and…
The murder trial for former New England Patriots star tight end Aaron Hernandez is scheduled to continue today. The ex-athlete faces murder and firearm charges resulting from the June 2013 death of Massachusetts resident Odin Lloyd. Prosecutors claim the football star planned the man’s murder after a fight several days earlier. Watch below, via NBC [...]
The Aaron Hernandez murder trial got off to an unsettling start today when jurors saw a photo of the ex-NFL star holding a handgun, which the prosecutor said was taken… READ ON
In the midst of DeflateGate (or BallGhazi, if you prefer) you might have forgotten about the far more scandalous story that's taken some of the sheen off the Patriots' dominant season. The murder trial of Aaron Hernandez began this week...Show More Summary
Opening statements began Thursday in the Massachusetts murder trial against Aaron Hernandez. Hernandez, 25, formerly a tight end for the New England Patriots, allegedly murdered semi-professional football player, Odin Lloyd, 27, whom he knew socially, in 2013. Show More Summary
During opening statements in his murder trial, the prosecution and defense painted starkly different pictures of the former NFL star now accused of murder
The murder trial of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez got underway at long last Thursday as both sides made their opening statements. Hernandez is charged with the June 17, 2013 slaying of Odin Lloyd, and Thursday marked the first step in determining his innocence or guilt. While proceedings were set to begin at 9 a.m. Show More Summary
Tears filled the eyes of Shaneah Jenkins, the former girlfriend of Odin Lloyd.