Sport Hernandez's lawyer thinks ex-NFL star was murdered?

19:38  19 april  2017
19:38  19 april  2017 Source:   Larry Brown Sports

Jury to resume deliberations in ex-NFL star's murder trial

  Jury to resume deliberations in ex-NFL star's murder trial Jurors in the double-murder trial of ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez are set to begin their second day of deliberations. The former New England Patriots tight end is charged with first-degree murder in the 2012 shootings of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado.Jurors are scheduled to resume deliberations Monday after deliberating for about 6½ hours Friday.Prosecutors say Hernandez shot the men after a brief encounter at a Boston nightclub. Hernandez's lawyers say the shooter was Alexander Bradley, Hernandez's friend who was with him that night.Bradley was the prosecution's star witness.

Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced What's Next for Hernandez : Ex - NFL Star 's Legal Woes Far From Over. Hernandez ' s lawyer , James Sultan, acknowledged for the first time during closing arguments that Hernandez was

BOSTON (AP) — Ex - NFL star Aaron Hernandez , who is already serving a life sentence for a 2013 murder , was acquitted Friday in a 2012 double slaying prosecutors said was fueled by Hernandez ' s lawyers said it was Bradley — an admitted drug dealer — who shot the men over a drug deal.

One of the attorneys who represented Aaron Hernandez in his most recent murder trial does not believe the former NFL star would take his own life, and the lawyer is planning to investigate the death.

Jose Baez, who helped Hernandez get acquitted just days ago of murdering two men outside a Boston nightclub back in 2012, has launched an investigation on behalf of Hernandez’s family. Baez has reportedly not ruled out that Hernandez was murdered by either his fellow inmates or someone who works at the prison where he was being held.

Jury to resume deliberations in ex-NFL star's murder trial

  Jury to resume deliberations in ex-NFL star's murder trial Jurors in the double-murder trial of ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez are set to begin their second day of deliberations. The former New England Patriots tight end is charged with first-degree murder in the 2012 shootings of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado.Jurors are scheduled to resume deliberations Monday after deliberating for about 6½ hours Friday.Prosecutors say Hernandez shot the men after a brief encounter at a Boston nightclub. Hernandez's lawyers say the shooter was Alexander Bradley, Hernandez's friend who was with him that night.Bradley was the prosecution's star witness.

Ex - NFL star ' s lawyer requests investigation into suicide. Before you go, we thought you'd like these According to a TMZ report, Baez and Hernandez ' s inner circle believe he might have been murdered either "by inmates or the folks who run the prison."

- Ex - NFL star Aaron Hernandez , who is already serving life sentence for 2013 murder , was acquitted Friday in a 2012 Hernandez ' s lawyers said it was Bradley - an admitted drug dealer - who shot the men over a drug deal. The defense hammered at Bradley's credibility, citing his immunity deal with

Baez says the Hernandez family is “devastated” and does not believe Aaron would commit suicide. The attorney said last week that he believed Hernandez could win an appeal of the Odin Lloyd murder conviction and eventually be let out of prison.

For what it’s worth, Baez and the Hernandez family are not the only ones in denial about Hernandez’s suicide. Hernandez’s agent and one of his former New England Patriots teammates said Wednesday that they will never believe Hernandez took his own life.

Department of Correction officials say Hernandez hung himself with a bed sheet and that he tried to barricade the door from the inside with various objects. If that information is accurate, there is virtually no way someone else could have been inside the cell with him.

Hernandez lawyer objects to judge's pick of white forewoman

  Hernandez lawyer objects to judge's pick of white forewoman A lawyer for former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez has objected to the judge's selection of a white woman as the jury forewoman in his double-murder trial. Attorney Ronald Sullivan Jr. made his argument Monday as jurors started their second day of deliberations.Sullivan said the choice of a white woman on the mostly minority jury "has very troubling racial overtones." He said choosing her as forewoman ensured she would remain on the jury instead of being dismissed as an alternate.Judge Jeffrey Locke said he found it "astounding" that Sullivan would make that claim.

BOSTON (AP) — Ex - NFL star Aaron Hernandez , who is already serving a life sentence for a 2013 murder , was acquitted Friday in a 2012 double slaying prosecutors said was fueled by Hernandez ' s lawyers said it was Bradley — an admitted drug dealer — who shot the men over a drug deal.

Ex - NFL star Aaron Hernandez has been acquitted of a 2012 murder charges. Bradley lost his right eye in the shooting. Hernandez ' s lawyers said it was Bradley - an admitted drug dealer - who shot the men over a drug deal.

PHOTOS: THE TRIALS OF AARON HERNANDEZ

FILE PHOTO - Former NFL player Aaron Hernandez looks at the gallery during the murder trial at the Bristol County Superior Court in Fall River: Aaron Hernandez looks at the gallery during his murder trial in Fall River, Massachusetts. The former New England Patriots football star hanged himself in the jail cell where he was serving a life sentence for murder. The trials of Aaron Hernandez

Judge orders evidence preserved in Hernandez prison suicide .
A judge on Friday ordered key evidence in the prison suicide of Aaron Hernandez preserved, granting a request from the ex-NFL star's fiancee so the family can investigate the circumstances of his death. 

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