Moment of truth for Roger Clemens
Trial begins this week to determine whether former pitcher told the truth about PEDs
When he met with members of Congress in early 2008, Roger Clemens was told repeatedly he was not required to testify before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform investigating drug use in baseball. But Clemens, with his reputation and place in the Baseball Hall of Fame at stake, said he wanted to defend himself against accusations from his former trainer, Brian McNamee, that he had used performance-enhancing drugs.
Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings had a warning ...
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ROGER CLEMENS TRIAL
The judge declared a mistrial July 14 in Roger Clemens' perjury trial after prosecutors showed jurors evidence that the judge had ruled inadmissible. A Sept. 2 hearing will determine whether to hold a new trial.
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• Feds: DNA, steroids on Clemens evidence
• Defense to question validity of hearings
• Jury selection resumes; Clemens focused
• Judge: Others' testimony should result
• Clemens team to push blackmail theory
• Who's who in Clemens trial courtroom
• Clemens' attorney one of the best
• McNamee a key but assailable witness
• Moment of truth for Roger Clemens
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• Munson: Boring but effective start
• Munson: Attorneys not after impartiality
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