Hernandez Attorneys: Trooper Didn't Have Proper Search Papers

Aaron Hernandez's defense filed a screen shot in an attempt to get GPS evidence thrown out

Former NFL star Aaron Hernandez's defense filed a supplemental memo Thursday to a motion to supress evidence that includes a screen shot from his own North Attleboro, Massachusetts, home surveillance.

The defense says the screen shot shows Massachusetts State Police Trooper Cherven didn't have the proper search warrant, a copy of a search warrant and affidavit in his hands when he entered the residence on June 18, 2013.

Trooper Cherven testified he was holding the proper paperwork.

Defense attorneys Michael Fee and James Sultan are trying to get GPS evidence seized from Hernandez's home thrown out.

Hernandez has pleaded not guilty to the 2013 shooting death of Odin Lloyd and the 2012 double homicide of Daniel Abreu and Safiro Furtado in Boston.

Here is a timeline of events in the two investigations:

July 16, 2012. Two men, Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado, are shot to death in a car as they wait for a red light in Boston's South End neighborhood.
Aug. 27, 2012. Hernandez signs a five-year, $40 million contract with the Patriots.
Feb. 2013.  Alexander Bradley, a Hernandez associate, is shot in the face in Florida.
June 17, 2013. A jogger running through an industrial park finds the body of Odin Lloyd, a semi-professional football player who was dating the sister of Hernandez's girlfriend, about a mile from Hernandez's mansion in North Attleborough, Massachusetts.

June 18, 2013. Hernandez greets his Twitter followers with a "good morning" tweet. This is the last tweet Hernandez sends before his legal issues arise. By the end of the day, police descend on Hernandez's home, while another group of officers search the industrial park where the jogger discovered Odin's body.

good morning

— Aaron Hernandez (@AaronHernandez) June 18, 2013

June 19, 2013. The Bristol County district attorney's office says the state medical examiner ruled Lloyd's death a homicide. Separately, Bradley files a lawsuit claiming Hernandez shot him in the face after they argued at a strip club in Miami in February.

June 21, 2013. Muscle Milk maker CytoSport says it is ending Hernandez's endorsement contract because of the investigation. The Hernandez investigation leads officers to a Providence strip club, but police won't say what they were doing there. Family members say Hernandez and Lloyd were together the night Lloyd died.

June 22, 2013. State police return to Hernandez's home with dogs to conduct an additional search.

June 23, 2013. Officers in wetsuits search the woods near Hernandez's home.

June 24, 2013. Authorities arrest Hernandez take him from his home in handcuffs. The Patriots release him hours after his arrest.

June 27, 2013. A judge denies Hernandez's request for bail.

July 6, 2013. Hernandez's friend Ernest Wallace is arraigned on a charge of accessory of murder after the fact. Prosecutors say Hernandez, Wallace and another man drove with Lloyd to an industrial park where Lloyd was fatally shot.

July 25, 2013. A judge releases to the press sealed documents that include surveillance photos  showing Hernandez in basement holding what authorities said is a gun. The images were captured hours before and minutes after Lloyd was shot.

Aug.22, 2013. A grand jury indicts Hernandez on a murder charge in connection to Odin's killing.

Sept. 6, 2013. Hernandez pleads again not guilty to a first-degree murder charge. He firmly pleads "not guilty" to six charges total, including murder and weapons and ammunition possession charges.

Oct. 15, 2013. Hernandez's former fiancée Shayanna Jenkins is arraigned in Massachusetts on a perjury charge related to the testimony she gave the Bristol County grand jury hearing evidence in the Lloyd case. Evidence showed that Jenkins was in the house that she shared with Hernandez when he called and asked her to remove and discard a box that was in their basement.

Dec. 16, 2013. Odin Lloyd's family files a wrongful death lawsuinst Hernandez.

Jan. 8, 2014. A newly released search warrant indicates that Boston authorities identified Hernandez as a suspect in the 2012 homicide of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado, who were killed shortly after they left a nightclub with three other friends. Surveillance footage shows Hernandez and Bradley at the same Boston nightclub, The Hartford Courant reported.

Feb.3, 2014. Bradley is shot again, this time outside a Connecticut nightclub.    

May 1, 2014. Hernandez is indicted in an alleged jail assault in February and an alleged threat to do bodily harm last November.

May 15, 2014. Hernandez is indicted on two counts of first-degree murder and other charges in connection with the shootings of Abreu and Furtado. His lawyers say he is innocent of the charges.

June 21, 2014. Hernandez is taken to St. Luke's Hospital in New Bedford for an undisclosed problem.

June 24, 2014. Hernandez in court for the Abreu and Furtado murder case.

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