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Lawyers seek Aaron Hernandez records from Patriots

Say data might be useful to defense

Defense attorneys for former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez, who stands accused of three murders, have asked a Bristol Superior Court judge to issue a subpoena to the Patriots for psychological, medical, and other records from Hernandez’s time on the team.

The attorneys said they believed the Patriots had “extensive records” on Hernandez, “including, but not limited to, medical records and psychological test results.”

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