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A Massachusetts senator put his name behind a bill that seeks to change the centuries-old legal “rule” that vacated the murder conviction of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez posthumously. State Sen. Richard Ross was co-sponsoring legislation that would nullify the right to the rule, referred to as “abatement ab initio,” in cases where…




Following his suicide and vacated conviction, Aaron Hernandez is now the inspiration for a bill in Massachusetts Keith Bedford /The Boston Globe via AP
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