Aaron Hernandez appeared in court today in Fall River, Massachusetts where a Superior Court clerk officially read all of his charges in the murder investigation of Odin Lloyd.
The former New England Patriot faced six charges, which included murder and possession of weapons and ammunition, and he pleaded not guilty to all of them!
Aaron original pleaded not guilty when he was first charged with murder in district court, but he had a chance to change it during his arraignment. Seems like he and his attorneys are confident that he'll walk free because the defense attorney Charles Rankin said:
"Not one shred of evidence has been presented yet."
Aaron's attorney does raise a good point that a lot of the evidence against him right now is circumstantial, and nothing is concrete. However, there is already proof that he was with Odin the night of the shooting and that he does own guns.
The former footballer will continue to be held without bail, but he is expect to show up in court again on October 9th to request bail.
Until then, prosecutors will have even more time to continue strengthening their case and find some solid evidence against Aaron.
[Image via Josh Reynolds/AP Images.]