The new buzz in the Aaron Hernandez case is whether he will be allowed to marry his fiancé Shayanna Jenkins in prison. The marriage is an attempt to preclude Jenkins from testifying against Hernandez in his upcoming trial. I was invited to speak with Erick Weber on NECN to discuss the legality of marrying in jail and the concept of spousal privilege which gives a spouse the right to decide whether or not to testify when their spouse is on trial.
For over 30 years Hospitality Homes has provided free short-term housing to families and friends of patients receiving medical care in the Boston area. I read about this organization in the Brookline Tab shortly after my youngest child had moved out-of-state for college. It seemed like a perfect fit. I wanted to dedicate myself to others in some small way, but it was hard to find the time with my busy and unpredictable schedule. With my son off at school, I had plenty of extra space to offer Hospitality Homes and I appreciated that the organization was respectful of its volunteers’ schedules.
Last week I was invited to speak with Executive Director, Caryl Goodman on Brookline Access Television about this wonderful opportunity to give back in Boston. Watch our episode here to learn more about the amazing service Hospitality Homes is providing and how to get involved
Hindell S. Grossman, Esq.
Grossman & Associates, Ltd.