A savvy prosector uses every bit of leverage available in these situations. And, remember, a district attorney is an elected official, so politics (public perception) matters in these cases, even though they shouldn't.
I want to know if warrants were issued for the other 2 idiots.Fox Boston reports authorities have issued an arrest warrant for Aaron Hernandez.
Sources tell FOX 25 the warrant is for obstruction of justice, and was issued Friday morning. The warrant is what's known as a "paper warrant," and is often used as a means of negotiation with a defense attorney. Once the warrant is officially entered into the system, Hernandez can be arrested at any time. FOX 25's legal analyst opines this may be a squeeze tactic to compel Hernandez to begin cooperating with police. An obstruction charge potentially carries a maximum penalty of seven years.
Source: Fox Boston Jun 21 - 8:25 PM
In the end and beyond all the Jets Pats hate, stuff like this just leaves you scratching your head.
Multi million dollars in the bank, the prospect of never having to work another hard job the rest of your life. The prospect of earning even more millions before your done and you let yourself get trap in BS like this.
You have to wonder how effective these NFL programs really are, when players are still hanging out with people who are nothing but leeches and with one stupid decision, can cause you to throw it all away.
Hernandez played choir boy and put up great numbers for 2 years and duped the Pats into thinking he was a changed man. The only saving grace for them is that according to reports they are "well protected" against behavior problems in his contract. It's a sad moment not for just the Pats but the NFL in general.
Hernandez has quite a history of shooting and gun incidents...its quite a mystery why this piece of garbage hasn't been in jail before....anyone not familiar should watch the video attached in this article.
if it's a sad and awful moment for the pats (and the arrogant, cocky and hideous band of frontrunners known as their fan base), then, by definition it's a joyous and ecstatic moment for the rest of the 99 percent of NFL fans who love decent, honest and ethical players and football teams