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Bonds guilty of obstruction of justice
Baseball's home run king was convicted yesterday of obstruction of justice after giving a rambling response to a grand jury when asked if he had received drugs that required a syringe.
But Barry Bonds other three charges of perjury ended in a mistrial when jurors could not reach a unanimous…
Bonds case goes to the jury
Barry Bonds is baseball's all time home run hitter.
The question is now:  Will he also be a convicted felon.
Barry Bonds' perjury trial is now in the hands of the jury after closing arguments and Bonds' defense resting without calling a single witness...
Judge Rules New Evidence Inadmissable In Bonds Case
U.S. District Judge Susan Illston turned down the prosecutors bid to allow the jury in the Barry Bonds perjury trial to hear new evidence discovered yesterday. The prosecution had hoped a secret tape recording from 2003 between Bonds and his orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Arthur Ting, could be used as evid…
New Evidence In Bonds Trial
A key witness has rediscovered the tape of a secretly recorded 15-minute conversation between Barry Bonds and his doctor. The former slugger is on trial for four counts of making false statements and one count of obstruction of justice.
Giambi Brothers Set To Testify In Bonds Trial
Barry Bonds' perjury trial resumes today and Jason and Jeremy Giambi are scheduled to testify.
Meanwhile, more details concerning Kimberley Bell's testimony is coming to light and the judge in the case is pondering whether to allow testimony concerning Bonds' testicles.