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  1. Roger Clemens returns to court for retrial on perjury charges

    Lester Munson

    The U.S. government on Monday will begin its second effort to persuade a jury in the nation's capital that Roger Clemens lied when he told a Congressional committee that he had never used PEDs.

    Story | Conversation | April 15, 2012
  2. Barry Bonds defense team pushes prosecutors to go through motions...

    Lester Munson

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

    Story | Conversation | March 30, 2011
  3. Barry Bonds will stand trial on perjury charges in two months; we...

    Lester Munson

    Barry Bonds will finally stand trial on perjury charges in a couple of months. From our Courtside Seat, the view of the jockeying between the government and the defense is already fascinating.

    Story | Conversation | January 14, 2011
  4. Mark McGwire has finally admitted he used steroids, but there are...

    Lester Munson

    He said one thing -- and it really was only one thing -- in 2005. Now that Mark McGwire finally is talking about the past, what does that 2005 testimony mean?

    Story | Conversation | January 11, 2010
  5. Barry Bonds might have some powerful judges on his side in this w...

    Lester Munson

    Oral arguments in Barry Bonds' perjury case will be heard in the Court of Appeals this week, but the judges might be a tough audience for the government.

    Story | Conversation | September 15, 2009
  6. Brian McNamee drug paraphernalia is a problem for Roger Clemens

    Lester Munson

    Does the report that residue of performance-enhancing substances was found on drug paraphernalia mean more trouble for Roger Clemens? The answer is yes.

    Story | Conversation | March 10, 2009
  7. Barry Bonds appeal process could take 19 months

    Lester Munson

    Federal court statistics indicate that it might take more than a year and a half to get through the prosecution's appeal of a ruling in the Barry Bonds perjury case.

    Story | Conversation | March 03, 2009
  8. Prosecution in Barry Bonds trial made smart move with appeal

    Lester Munson

    Prosecutors didn't have many choices left, but the one they made Friday -- to appeal the judge's ruling and delay the Barry Bonds trial -- was a smart move, writes's Lester Munson.

    Story | Conversation | February 27, 2009
  9. Charge against Miguel Tejada ramps up pressure on Roger Clemens a...

    Lester Munson

    The charge that Miguel Tejada lied to congressional investigators about steroids is a clear signal that the government still has Roger Clemens in its sights, writes Lester Munson.

    Story | Conversation | February 10, 2009
  10. Prosecution still struggles with case against Barry Bonds

    Lester Munson

    It's been a year since the government first indicted Barry Bonds for perjury and obstruction of justice, and prosecutors are still struggling to make the charges stick, writes's Lester Munson.

    Story | Conversation | November 14, 2008
  11. Filing claims syringes will test positive for Clemens' DNA

    Lester Munson

    Tests of syringes and other steroid paraphernalia that trainer Brian McNamee submitted to federal agents will test positive for Roger Clemens's DNA, according to a brief filed in court by McNamee's lawyers.

    Story | Conversation | July 03, 2008
  12. Hearing: Federal intervention in steroid issue is imminent

    Lester Munson

    A push from Congress on Wednesday for federal intervention into drug testing in major sports received exactly zero support from the commissioners and union executives who testified at a hearing, writes's Lester Munson.

    Story | Conversation | February 27, 2008
  13. Tuesday's hearing raises big issues for Tejada and Magowan

    Lester Munson

    Tuesday's hearing on steroids in baseball raised questions about Miguel Tejada and Brian Sabean, among others.'s Lester Munson has answers.

    Story | Conversation | January 15, 2008
  14. Congressional questions: Who knew what, and when did they know?

    Lester Munson

    Don Fehr and Bud Selig can expect to be grilled by a House committee on Tuesday about findings in the Mitchell Report that indicate they could have responded sooner to baseball's steroids problem, writes's Lester Munson.

    Story | Conversation | January 14, 2008
  15. Congress now wants to investigate before steroid hearing

    Lester Munson

    Deciding to delay the hearing means that Congress is serious about this inquiry.

    Story | Conversation | January 07, 2008