A trial is in its third day in Massachusetts where attorneys for former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez are looking to throw out as much evidence as they can get judge Susan Garsh to dispose of before any kind of a trial can commence in earnest.
Judge Garsh did throw out evidence found at a so-called "flophouse" that Hernandez rented. That evidence included ammunition that the prosecution feels may have been related to the murder of Hernandez acquaintance Odin Lloyd. A cell phone and a home survelliance system that were also gathered by Massachusetts police are still in evidence and were not disqualified.
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The trial continues Friday.