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So the former New England Patriots star accused of killing his buddies back in court today and in a soft spoken voice Aaron Hernandez pleaded not guilty to murder in the first degree.
And all the other charges for that matter.
You'll be able to see here Hernandez.
Hands cuffed in front of him our traditions of the courtroom says there was heavy security and it before they got things started to judge warned people don't call out in the courtroom and they did.
After the arraignment one -- Hernandez lawyers called today just the opening kick off.
With a long way to go before the trial.
Molly Line has the news she's outside the courthouse in Fall River, Massachusetts which we just heard from prosecutors right.
Absolutely shut them the most interesting things they address was the issue of bail.
Aaron Hernandez and his legal team did not pursue -- today so he is being held.
Without -- without prejudice means means they could handle later today discussed the issue of bail.
After -- did things wrapped up here today we asked the prosecutor -- out on the payments just why is he believes there Hernandez's team chose not to pursue -- today -- -- and sent.
If you saw the last two bail hearings the hearing -- Battle -- on June 26 and hearing here the very next day we were able to present on those occasions said.
Of all our evidence and perhaps they didn't want to hear that again.
So that's -- district attorney talking about the fact that Aaron Hernandez has twice already.
Argued for bail and -- both accounts have been held without bail.
The prosecutors also say they're hoping for a quick trial in this case they're hoping that things will get underway within a year shut.
Hit my anything for the defense.
Absolutely they came made a statement as well here before the media.
It really defending their client.
Here's what they had to set.
Not one shred of evidence has been presented yet and we feel confident that when evidence is finally presented in a court of law.
That -- will be exonerated.
There's saying that they do not gonna see this case tried in the media and they want people to wait to see all the evidence -- -- is finally laid out.
At a trial -- they think he'll be exonerated Molly Line thank.
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