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Judge rules Aaron Hernandez can move to different jail


Last week, prosecutors in Bristol County, Massachusetts said that they had no objection to former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez’s request to move from a jail in that county to one closer to Boston.

On Monday, Judge Susan Garsh gave her approval for the move. Hernandez’s lawyers argued that Hernandez should be moved in order to make it easier for him to meet with counsel as well as because he was being mistreated by corrections officers. Prosecutors denied the latter charges and Garsh did not address them in her ruling.

She also did not specify a jail to which Hernandez should be moved and said that she wasn’t sure whether October 6 was a realistic date to start Hernandez’s trial on charges that he murdered Odin Lloyd. Garsh suggested that potential motions could push the date back, including one from defense attorneys asking for a change of venue away from Bristol County.

“We’re not prepared to do that now,” Hernandez’s attorney Jamie Sultan said, via the Associated Press. “That may well be coming.”

Hernandez has pleaded not guilty to the Lloyd charges as well as charges that he murdered two men in Boston in 2012.

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7 Responses to “Judge rules Aaron Hernandez can move to different jail”
  1. dfried119 says: Jul 8, 2014 9:18 AM

    guarantee you next time he’s photographed from the side, that next’s gonna be all tatted up. which makes me wonder what he’ll do the next 80 years

  2. dfried119 says: Jul 8, 2014 9:18 AM


  3. cpitch12 says: Jul 8, 2014 9:25 AM

    nothing more then prolonging the agony……….

  4. politicallyincorrect says: Jul 8, 2014 9:43 AM

    let justice rule

    put Hernandez in GPop and let prisoners save us taxpayers having to support this piece of trash

    short live Hernandez!

  5. monstersmasher says: Jul 8, 2014 9:46 AM

    You are innocent until proven guilty! Or until you buy off the jury!

  6. thegreatgabbert says: Jul 8, 2014 12:22 PM

    Justice is blind. It is also slow, walks with a limp, suffers from severe mental disabilities, and has a mean streak.

  7. trapshoot says: Jul 8, 2014 4:29 PM

    Oh goodie!

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