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Latest on Aaron Hernandez verdict: Jurors talk to media
By By The Associated Press12:20 P.M.The jurors who convicted former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez of murder say there were many tears in the jury room. The panelists spoke to the media Wednesday afternoon, shortly after the verdict was announced and Hernandez was formally sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Latest on Aaron Hernandez verdict: Defense case shocked jury
By By The Associated Press1 P.M. The jurors who found Aaron Hernandez guilty of murder say they were shocked by the defense admission that the former New England Patriots player was at the scene of the killing.
Judge denies request for delay in Durst's weapons case
By By JANET MCCONNAUGHEY and KEVIN McGILLNEW ORLEANS (AP) — A New Orleans judge has turned down prosecutors' request for a delay in the weapons-charges case for millionaire real-estate heir Robert Durst, who also faces a murder charge in California. Judge Harry Cantrell is hearing arguments Thursday in the Louisiana case.
Prosecutor-turned-commentator has long history with Durst
By By JIM FITZGERALDWHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) — Former prosecutor Jeanine Pirro has been on Robert Durst's trail for 15 years. Her doggedness has given her a unique perch to comment on Durst's latest arrest for the Fox News Channel, where she's the host of "Justice with Judge Jeanine."
Durst lawyers: FBI illegally searched New Orleans hotel room
By The Associated PressNEW ORLEANS (AP) — Attorneys for millionaire Robert Durst, who faces a California murder charge, say Durst's arrest in New Orleans on weapons charges was invalid, in part because the FBI conducted an unlawful search of his hotel room. Durst was arrested last month at the J.W. Marriott hotel in New Orleans.