Reading between the lines of the few reports we get and using past history as a guide (always risky) I get the feeling that things are not going to be horrible for AH.
First, the DA and AH's attorney seem to be getting along fine. Sure, no charges have come forward yet, but the attorney has to know the story by now and what the charges are likely to be. (BTW: Don't you love an attorney named "Fee"). AH's attorney is no rube. That's a very high-profile firm.
Here's one account of the mutual respect being shown:
In one development of sorts Monday, Hernandez's attorney and District Attorney Sam Sutter traded compliments.
Michael K. Fee's statement regarding the "flood of rumors, misinformation and false reports" about his client praised Sutter's office, saying, "None of these false reports came from official sources and we appreciated the professionalism and restraint shown by the Bristol County District Attorney's Office to date with regard to its public statements while its investigation is under way."
Sutter, in turn, released a brief statement Monday night saying, "Those of us who are involved in this ongoing investigation appreciate the positive remarks about our professionalism."
And Fee is going out of his way to say that the leaks/bad reports did not come from official sources. That's not what a defense attorney would typically say.
We even have AH's barber saying that AH is in good spirits.