Bonds lawyer acknowledges public perception
SAN FRANCISCO -- The question baseball fans need ponder isn't whether Barry Bonds will take down Hank Aaron's all-time home run record this season, but whether a San Francisco grand jury might not first bring charges against the Giants' slugger.
His attorney isn't laying odds on a possible indictment, though he acknowledges the public perception is that Bonds indeed took steroids. Nor is Bonds the only athlete under a suspicious cloud. In fact, Bonds attorney Michael Rains suggests the ...
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