Baseball home run king Barry Bonds has asked for a second extension to file written arguments in his appeal to overturn his obstruction of justice conviction.
Barry Bonds now has federal approval to pickup a “dangerous weapon,” namely, a baseball bat, thanks to a new court order.
Barry Bonds is officially appealing his felony obstruction conviction.
The BALCO Steroids case continues now that attorneys for Barry Bonds have said they are appealing his obstruction of justice conviction to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco.
Home run champion Barry Bonds was sentenced by a federal judge in San Francisco Friday to two years of probation for obstructing justice in 2003 testimony before a grand jury investigating steroids distribution.
The largest federal criminal investigation into sports doping began more than nine years ago with a tax agent digging through the trash of the now notorious Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative.
Federal prosecutors have asked a judge to send former baseball slugger Barry Bonds to prison.
Former San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds asked a federal judge Tuesday to order him to serve on probation, rather than a prison term, when he is sentenced next week for obstructing justice before a grand jury eight years ago.
Bryan Stow was able to write his name for the first time since the attack outside Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles that left him in a medically induced coma, according to Stow’s family.
Federal prosecutors have dropped the remaining charges against Barry Bonds, days after a judge upheld the slugger’s conviction on an obstruction of justice count.