Aaron Hernandez is dead, along with Odin Lloyd, who he murdered. However, because Hernandez died before he was able to exhaust all his appeals, the state of Massachusetts has officially vacated the murder conviction.
It doesn't come as a surprise that the Massachusetts judge who heard the murder trial of Aaron Hernandez has rejected his legal teams motions to throw out his first-degree conviction or at least reduce it to second-degree murder.
While Aaron Hernandez's legal team is working overtime to have a judge overturn his first-degree murder conviction due to possible jury corruption, the former New England Patriot's tight end's co-defendant is claiming police coercion to keep evidence out of his trial.
The Odin Lloyd murder trial continues for two more men who's been accused of serving as Aaron Hernandez's accomplices in his shooting death. Ernest Wallace and Carlos Ortiz have been accused of joining with former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez to Odin in 2013 are due in court on Friday
The jury might have found NFL star Aaron Hernandez guilty of first-degree murder in the slaying of Odin L. Lloyd, but his appellate team is already scouring the trial transcript in preparation to filing their brief.
Aaron Hernandez will have plenty of time to work the gangster lifestyle that he apparently loved more than being a professional football player. The former Patriots tight end was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison today.
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