A San Francisco jury has convicted baseball slugger Barry Bonds of obstruction of justice, for lying to a grand jury about using steroids and human growth hormones. U.S. District Court judge Susan Illston declared a mistrial on three other perjury counts. The charge makes Bonds a convicted felon, and he could face a 10-year prison term. However, federal sentencing guidelines recommend a much shorter sentence. We discuss the verdict.
Barry Bonds Verdict
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Lance Williams, investigative reporter at the Center for Investigative Reporting