Putting them through the motions

Bonds' defense team forces prosecutors to detail every move, but to what end?

Updated: March 30, 2011, 9:18 PM ET
By Lester Munson | ESPN.com

SAN FRANCISCO -- In their questions, their objections and their speeches, the lawyers defending Barry Bonds against charges of lying to a grand jury have tried again and again to attack the integrity of the prosecution.

They don't use words like "misconduct" or "tampering with evidence." Their attacks on the prosecutors and the agents are more subtle. But their intent is clear as they ask witness after witness about their pretrial meetings with federal agents and prosecutors and ...

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