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Gag order in Aaron Hernandez case

Updated: February 14, 2014, 3:47 PM ET
Associated Press

FALL RIVER, Mass. -- A Massachusetts judge says she found no ethical violations by prosecutors in the Aaron Hernandez murder case, but she did impose a formal gag order to protect the former New England Patriots tight end's right to a fair trial.

Hernandez's attorneys had accused the state of allowing leaks and prejudicial out-of-court statements. They also sought a gag order from Judge Susan Garsh.

They claimed the prosecution orchestrated a "publicity stunt" last year when Miami ...

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