Retired judge wouldn’t be surprised if Aaron Hernandez is exonerated

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Retired Massachusetts Superior Court Judge Isaac Borenstein told My FOX Boston that he would not be surprised at all if former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez ended up walking away as a free man from the Odin Lloyd murder case.

Borenstein, a professor of law at Suffolk and Northeastern, has presided over dozens of murder cases during his 22-year long career. According to Borenstein, he would not be surprised if Hernandez walked away a free man. However, if Hernandez does go to trial, he expects a battle.

“I would not be shocked if this verdict went a way that didn’t necessarily looked like at this point. It’s the way the justice system work,” he said.

While it seems like the prosecutors shouldn’t have a problem putting away Hernandez, ┬áthe legal system in America is much complicated than that.

If Hernandez ends up getting off, ┬ádon’t be surprised when teams are lining up to sign him.


  1. says

    Personally, I LIKE to watch Aaron Hernandez play football: he runs, he cuts, he catches = he is just a fantastic athlete.
    I truly hope he is exonerated if IF the evidence or lack thereof lets him go free.
    I think the college (Florida Gators) and the pros (N.E. Patriots) were premature in removing all A. hernandez’s accolades.

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