Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez’s life and death will be the subject of a one-hour special episode of “48 Hours” to be broadcast on Jan. 20.
The Massachusetts home that once belonged to former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is back on the market for $1.6 million.
Aaron Hernandez’s fiancee has sued the estates of three men the former New England Patriots player was charged with killing in an effort to ensure their daughter benefits from the sale of the ex-NFL star’s home.
A justice on Massachusetts’ highest court has denied prosecutors’ request to reinstate the murder conviction of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez.
A judge says two wrongful-death lawsuits pending against the estate of late NFL player late Aaron Hernandez will be heard in Boston, in Suffolk County.
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is due in court for a status conference in his upcoming double murder trial.
The murders, the trials, they happened in Massachusetts, but the Aaron Hernandez story was very much a Connecticut story.
Aaron Hernandez was born and raised in Bristol, Connecticut, where much of his family still calls home.
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 on Monday.
A Massachusetts judge has agreed to erase Aaron Hernandez’s conviction in a 2013 murder because he died before his appeal could be heard.