Hernandez associate seeking more detail on charge

An attorney for a so-called ”right-hand man” of former New

England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez wants more detail from

Massachusetts prosecutors about the accessory to murder charge he


Ernest Wallace’s lawyers filed the request Monday in Fall River

Superior Court ahead of a brief hearing.

Wallace has pleaded not guilty to accessory to murder after the

fact and is being held on $500,000 cash bail. Hernandez has pleaded

not guilty to murder in the death of Odin Lloyd, a 27-year-old

semi-professional football player.

Prosecutors say Wallace and associate Carlos Ortiz were with

Hernandez and Lloyd on the June night Lloyd was killed. They say

Wallace fled to Florida after the killing.

The defense wants more specifics on how Wallace’s alleged

actions helped Hernandez.

The prosecution’s response is due Jan 9.