Re: Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez to be Questioned
The New England Patriots have offered to turn over 317 pages of Aaron Hernandez’s medical and personnel records to the lawyers defending the former Patriots player, who faces murder charges in both Bristol and Suffolk Counties, a Patriots lawyer said today.
But the team does not want to turn over a 2010 NFL combine report on Hernandez or scouting reports from 2009 and 2010, Andrew Phelan, the team’s lawyer, said in a hearing in Bristol County Superior Court here.
Phelan said the defense was engaged in a “fishing expedition.”
But Hernandez defense attorney Michael Fee said the Patriots should turn over the final few pages. He described the combine report as a “psychological assessment” and said the defense was “looking for solid evidence about our client” that could help in Hernandez’s defense.
I wonder if National Scouting gets sucked into this?
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