Blog Posts in May, 2014

  • FOX 25: Hernandez Pleads Not Guilty to Boston Double Murder Charges

    Former state and federal prosecutor, and longtime criminal defense attorney, Brad Bailey, sits down in studio with Fox 25’s Maria Stephanos and Mark Ockerbloom to breakdown the arraignment of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez on charges that he murdered Daniel Abreu and Safiro Furtado, allegedly over a spilled drink in a nightclub. Look for Brad’s expert commentary beginning at the 6:10 ...
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  • Jared Remy: They're locking him up for life, but will they throw away the key, too?

    Given my experience and expertise as both a former state assistant district attorney who prosecuted numerous murder cases, and as a long-time Boston criminal defense attorney who currently defends them, as well, I have been asked more than once if there is any way Jared Remy can one day get out of jail, so to speak, after the unusual turn of events today in which he voluntarily pled guilty to a ...
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  • FOX 25: Jared Remy in Court After Closed Door Meeting

    Former state and federal prosecutor, and longtime Boston criminal defense attorney, Brad Bailey, provides insight into what the closed door meeting held in the Jared Remy murder case may signal. Look for Brad’s commentary at the 1:27 mark.
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  • ID or IDK…? Hernandez Double Homicide Will Likely Be Decided on Witness Identification

    At first blush, evidence revealed during yesterday's press conference handed down by a Suffolk County Grand Jury suggests prosecutors have a strong case against former New England Patriots football player Aaron Hernandez; a very strong case it would seem in comparison to the Odin Lloyd homicide case in Bristol County where, unless prosecutors can show the murders of Daniel Abreu and Safiro Furtado ...
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