A federal appeals court Wednesday overturned former San Francisco Giant Barry Bonds' felony conviction for obstructing justice, leaving the federal government without a single conviction after a years-long and multimillion-dollar effort to prosecute the ...
Los Angeles Times · 4/22/2015
Twelve years after his testimony in the BALCO case, eight years after he was indicted by a grand jury for perjury and obstruction of justice for that testimony, and four years after he was convicted of a single obstruction of justice charge, the federal ...
Dead Spin · 4/22/2015
Barry Bonds' conviction on a federal obstruction of justice charge was upheld unanimously by an appeals court Friday. Bonds, baseball's single-season and all-time home run leader, was convicted in April 2011 on one count of obstruction of justice.
USA Today · ByGabe Lacques · 9/13/2013
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NEW YORK – Barry Bonds has been cleared legally after 11 1/2 years in court. His reputation remains tainted in the mind of many baseball fans. A federal court of appeals threw out the career home run leader's obstruction of justice conviction on ...
FOX News · 4/23/2015
A federal appeals court overturned Barry Bonds’ obstruction of justice conviction Wednesday, ruling that the steroid-stained slugger’s rambling statement before the BALCO grand jury in 2003 was not relevant to the government’s investigation into ...
New York Daily News · 4/22/2015
Barry Bonds’s obstruction-of-justice conviction was reversed Wednesday by the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which ruled his meandering answer before a grand jury in 2003 wasn’t material to the government’s investigation into steroids distribution.
Wall Street Journal · 4/22/2015
The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned an obstruction of justice conviction against former San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds on Wednesday that dates back to his 2003 testimony about performance-enhancing drugs. A jury found Bonds
Bleacher Report · ByTyler Conway · 4/22/2015
Chalk up another home run for ol’ Barry Lamar Bonds. Though Major League Baseball’s all-time home-run leader has long since been found guilty of practically everything in the court of public opinion, the U.S. Department of Justice finally dropped its ...
USA Today Sports For The Win · 7/21/2015
A federal appeals court on Wednesday overturned Barry Bonds’ obstruction of justice felony conviction related to performance enhancing drugs, undoing the only criminal conviction to come from the years-long investigation of the former slugger.
Slate · 4/22/2015
Even the one charge that left Barry Bonds a convicted felon didn't specify steroids. Instead, a federal court jury found the home run king guilty of obstruction of justice Wednesday for giving an evasive answer under oath more than seven years ago.
ESPN Sports · ByPaul Lukas · 4/14/2011