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Ex-Patriots star Hernandez in court

POSTED: 11:03 AM Jun 27 2013   UPDATED: 3:14 PM Apr 06 2015

Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez is in court this week as his attorneys begin their defense in his trial for the shooting death of Odin Lloyd. Take a look at the progress of his trial and the accusations against Hernandez.

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It took prosecutors months to present 131 witnesses to support their claim that former NFL star Aaron Hernandez killed semi-pro player Odin Lloyd. On Monday, the defense took over and rested after calling three witnesses.

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