The Barry Bonds case is the sports-law gift that keeps on giving, at least from our Courtside Seat's view. Suddenly, it looks as if Bonds' sentencing hearing might matter. Plus: the Fab Five's Jimmy King and new-school owners.
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A new indictment means Barry Bonds will face six fewer charges when he goes to trial for perjury and obstruction of justice in March. Our legal expert answers the questions arising from this development.
An appeals court ruling Friday is a serious setback for the federal prosecutors, but it is not the end of their efforts to convict Barry Bonds of lying to the grand jury about his use of performance-enhancing drugs.