Aaron Hernandez’s top lawyer acknowledged Wednesday that he never read the search warrant Bristol County authorities had obtained for his client’s cellphone before ordering a colleague to hand it over to a uniformed State Police trooper at the Boston offices of the Ropes & Gray law firm.
Boston attorney Michael Fee was called as a witness in Bristol Superior Court, where Fee and other lawyers representing the former New England Patriots player in a first-degree murder case are asking a judge to throw out any evidence gleaned from Hernandez’s Blackberry.
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