As Aaron Hernandez waits in prison for his trial on murder charges, the general public might get to learn a little more about the case Tuesday at 2 p.m. ET when documents surrounding the case are scheduled to be made public.
That was the ruling Monday from Bristol County district judge Daniel O’Shea, who ruled that the contents of the search warrants for Hernandez and the evidence that investigators actually collected fromt hem would be released. The ruling was in response to a motion made by the Quincy (Mass.) Patriot Ledger, the Taunton Daily Gazette and the Associated Press.
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