There is an offer to buy Hernandez’s house in North Attleborough — worth nearly $1.3 million.
How much money and property did former NFL star Aaron Hernandez leave behind, and who has a rightful claim to those assets?
Courts in Massachusetts have held that when a defendant dies before having an appeal heard, the conviction is vacated.
Hernandez allegedly left three notes before he hanged himself in his prison cell last week.
Hernandez’s fiancee requested copies of three notes the former NFL star left next to a Bible before he killed himself.
Hernandez’s funeral will be a private, invitation-only event in his hometown of Bristol, Connecticut.
After the medical examiner ruled the death a suicide, Hernandez’s brain was taken to Boston University, where scientists will study it.
A judge ordered key evidence in the prison suicide of Aaron Hernandez preserved, granting a request from the ex-NFL star’s fiancee.
Ursula Ward says a jury found Hernandez guilty of killing her son and that’s good enough for her, even if his conviction is vacated.
Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez filed papers saying she was contemplating a lawsuit over the supervision he received while in prison.
The former Patriots tight end’s brain was released to BU’s Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Center.
The murders, the trials, they happened in Massachusetts, but the Aaron Hernandez story was very much a Connecticut story.
The Worcester District Attorney’s office announced on Thursday that Aaron Hernandez’s death in prison was a suicide.
Aaron Hernandez’s lawyer was accusing Massachusetts’ Chief Medical Examiner of “illegally” holding the brain of the ex-NFL star.
Aaron Hernandez was in the middle of multiple of legal cases before he committed suicide in prison.
Aaron Hernandez was found dead in his jail cell from an apparent suicide Wednesday.
Aaron Hernandez was found hanging from a bed sheet in his cell early Wednesday morning.
22News spoke with Hernandez’s attorney, who said legally speaking, his death means the 2015 murder conviction may be tossed.
The families of the 2 men gunned down in Boston and Odin Lloyd intend to move forward with their civil cases against Aaron Hernandez.
The Massachusetts Department of Corrections said Hernandez tried to block his door from the inside by jamming it with various items.