A justice on Massachusetts‘ highest court has denied prosecutors’ request to reinstate the murder conviction of Aaron Hernandez.
An agreement to buy the 7,100 square foot home in North Attleborough for $1.3 million has fallen through.
Prosecutors argue that some states have moved away from automatically erasing convictions when defendants die before appeals are heard.
Aaron Hernandez’s conviction for the murder of Odin Lloyd was overturned after he committed suicide in prison in April.
Lawmakers will hear testimony on a bill that would keep intact criminal convictions of people who die before their appeals are heard.
In a June 2015 letter, Hernandez asks to be moved to another part of prison where he says he has no enemies.
She says she doesn’t believe Hernandez and fellow prisoner Kyle Kennedy were lovers or even close friends.
Shayanna Jenkins Hernandez speaks out for the first time since the football star’s shocking prison suicide.
A two-part interview with Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez is scheduled to air on the “Dr. Phil ” show on Monday and Tuesday.
A Massachusetts judge erasing Aaron Hernandez’s murder conviction and raises questions about the legal principle
Hernandez’s fiancee told talk show host Dr. Phil she doesn’t believe he killed himself.
In the revealing interview, Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez sets the record straight about her fiancé’s mysterious jail cell death.
There are no clear answers when it comes to whatever money Hernandez had left when he committed suicide in April.
In Massachusetts, it is customary to erase convictions of defendants if they died before their appeal could be carried out.
The letter continued, “This was the supreme’s, the almighty’s plan, not mine!”
The Massachusetts Department of Correction released a 132-page report regarding Aaron Hernandez’s death Thursday.
An investigative report on the suicide of the ex-NFL star has confirmed he wrote a reference to a biblical passage on his forehead.
A judge denied the request as she tries to gather samples in support of her lawsuit.
The SUV prosecutors say Aaron Hernandez was in when the ex-NFL star killed two men is no longer up for auction.
Hernandez’s lawyers asked that his murder conviction be vacated since he died before his appeal was decided.