Attorneys for ex-NFL player Aaron Hernandez called just three witnesses in his murder trial, compared to the more than 130 witnesses called by the prosecution. As the trial heads into closing arguments, Michelle Miller looks back the trial's key moments.
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Published: 2021-04-02 01:51 am
Defense rests case in Aaron Hernandez murder trial
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