There have been plenty of famous sports mistakes in newspapers, from The Brandon Sun‘s “Keith Hernandez hangs himself in prison” (they meant Aaron) to a Michigan newspaper chain mixing up who beat the Lions to The Waterloo-Cedar Falls...Show More Summary
Selling a home surrounded by controversy is no easy task. The luxury property formerly owned by the late New England Patriots' football tight end Aaron Hernandez is no exception. After a $1.3 million offer fell through, the North Attleborough, Massachusetts, mansion is back on the market as of last week...
Convicted killer Aaron Hernandez was quite the popular inmate before he took his own life, RadarOnline.com has learned. According to visitor logs obtained by the Daily Mail, the former NFL tight end was visited in prison by a plethora of friends, family members, coaches and fellow players. And one other person who was referred to as Read More
The National Sports Collectors Convention is currently being held in Chicago, and among the Aaron Hernandez jailhouse letters ($25,000) and expired celebrity credit cards ($4,600) being sold is this little box of goodies. The most talked about unopened card box today is the 86-87 Fleer with the "Jordan rookie." Asking price by Lelands in Chicago […]
Mike Pouncey, who was Aaron Hernandez's teammate at Florida, said he is "still shocked to this day."
Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey says Aaron Hernandez was in great spirits when they talked on the phone the day before the former New England Patriots tight end hanged himself in his cell in a maximum-security prison in Massachusetts
Not everyone had sympathy when Aaron Hernandez’s life ended by suicide in his jail cell. But Dolphins center Mike Pouncey has never been shy about his feelings for his friend and former college teammate, and became emotional Thursday when discussing the former Patriots tight end who was serving a life sentence for murder at the…
Aaron Hernandez's home is back on the market after an agreement to sell it for $1.3 million fell through, a lawyer for the former NFL star's fiancee told a judge … Click to Continue »
Aaron Hernandez's home is back on the market after an agreement to sell it for $1.3 million fell through.
Aaron Hernandez’s home is back on the market after an agreement to sell it for $1.3 million fell through. The Boston Herald reports that a lawyer for the late New... The post The Home of Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez is Available After Sale Falls Through appeared first on NFL Gridiron Gab.
Aaron Hernandez. (AP) Lawyers for the families of two men who died shortly after an altercation with late former Patriot Aaron Hernandez are now asking the Patriots for compensation. The families of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado,...Show More Summary
Lawyers representing the families of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado in a wrongful death lawsuit against the estate of Aaron Hernandez called for the New England Patriots to provide compensation to the families on Tuesday. According to Travis Anderson of the Boston Globe, attorneys Kenneth Kolpan and William Kennedy made statements calling for the…
Aaron Hernandez’s murder conviction was vacated after he died by suicide in a Massachusetts prison in April.
The legal battle in the Aaron Hernandez case is still ongoing, despite the former tight end's death
When Aaron Hernandez killed himself in prison earlier this year, he was still appealing his conviction for the murder of Odin Lloyd and that led a Massachusetts judge to void the conviction under the legal principle known as abatement ab initio. That principle holds that a conviction can’t be finalized until the appeals process has…
Aaron Hernandez's conviction was voided after the former New England Patriots player killed himself in prison
A Massachusetts senator put his name behind a bill that seeks to change the centuries-old legal “rule” that vacated the murder conviction of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez posthumously. State Sen. Richard Ross was co-sponsoring legislation that would nullify the right to the...
Massachusetts lawmakers are re-examining a legal custom that allows for criminal convictions to be erased when a defendant dies before an appeal can be heard. The scrutiny follows Aaron Hernandez's … Click to Continue »
The centuries-old Massachusetts legal rule that vacated Aaron Hernandez’s murder conviction posthumously could be getting the axe, according to new reports. If the bill is passed into law, it could mean that Hernandez’s legal team will have been one of the last to successfully vacate a murder...
The dismissal of Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction after the former NFL star took his life in prison has renewed calls to change a longstanding legal tradition in Massachusetts. On Monday, … Click to Continue »