Apart from whether the authorities charge him with the murders of Safiro Furtado and Daniel Abreu, Aaron Hernandez likely will be remaining in jail until the completion of his trial — if not longer.
A judge reiterated on Thursday the denial of Hernandez’s bail request. As Michael McCann of SI explained during Thursday’s edition of Pro Football Talk on NBCSN, Hernandez has the ability to appeal the denial of bail up the ladder of the Massachusetts court system.
But the chances of the decision being overturned as slim. They’ll get even slimmer if Hernandez ultimately is accused of killing not one person but three.