Aaron Hernandez Trial: Judge Allows Video of Him Dismantling Phone Into Evidence

PHOTO: Former New England Patriots football player Aaron Hernandez, left, looks back as he sits with his attorney Charles Rankin during his murder trial, Feb. 13, 2015, in Fall River, Mass.PlayAram Boghosian/The Boston Globe/AP Photo
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The murder trial of ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez resumed today with the judge ruling that prosecutors can show video of him dismantling his cell phone a day after Odin Lloyd had been shot multiple times.

Hernandez, 25, was caught on police surveillance camera taking apart his phone into three pieces, prosecutors said.

The video was taken in the police parking lot in North Attleborough, Massachusetts, on June 18, 2013, a day after Lloyd was killed.

Prosecutors said Hernandez can also be seen in the car using a new phone that had been handed to him by his lawyer.

The defense had fought to keep the surveillance video from being brought into evidence, but Superior Court Judge Susan Garsh ruled that Hernandez had no expectation of privacy while inside a parked car in a public lot.

Prosecutors claim Hernandez used the phone to call co-defendant Ernest Wallace.

Garsh said jurors will not be told where the phone came from, but prosecutors are allowed to say it didn't belong to the former New England Patriots star.

It's unclear when the surveillance video will be shown to the jury.

PHOTO: Superior Court Judge E. Susan Garsh instructs the jury during the murder trial for former New England Patriots football player Aaron Hernandez, on Jan. 29, 2015, in Fall River, Mass.Steven Senne/AP Photo
Superior Court Judge E. Susan Garsh instructs the jury during the murder trial for former New England Patriots football player Aaron Hernandez, on Jan. 29, 2015, in Fall River, Mass.

Hernandez is accused of shooting Lloyd, 27, who had been dating his fiancee's sister at the time.

The case has been delayed because of the heavy snow that has hit Boston over the past few weeks. Following an afternoon of testimony that included forensic evidence of the crime scene, the trial is slated to resume on Tuesday since court is closed Monday.

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