Barry Bonds' lawyers seek probation
SAN FRANCISCO -- Barry Bonds' lawyers asked a federal judge Tuesday to follow a federal probation officer's recommendation and give Major League Baseball's career home run leader probation when he's sentenced for obstruction of justice this month.
Bonds, 47, was convicted in April of obstructing a grand jury's sports doping investigation with an evasive answer. Prosecutors dropped three other perjury counts after the jury deadlocked on those charges, which accused Bonds of lying to the grand ...
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