Turkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri AS withdrew a lawsuit against MTN Group Ltd. over bribes MTN allegedly paid to get an Iranian mobile-phone license, citing a Supreme Court decision that bars such cases in the U.S.
Major League Baseball veteran Roger Clemens is likely to face another trial on charges of lying to Congress unless his attorneys can show prosecutors deliberately provoked yesterday’s mistrial, lawyers say.
The judge in the perjury trial of Roger Clemens, the former New York Yankees pitcher accused of lying to Congress by denying he used performance-enhancing drugs, said he is considering dismissing a fourth juror, who plans to travel to Germany on June 19.
Former Major League Baseball pitcher Roger Clemens must face another trial on charges that he lied to Congress about using performance-enhancing drugs including steroids, a federal judge in Washington said.
The perjury trial of former Major League Baseball pitcher Roger Clemens ended in a mistrial on the second day of witness testimony after prosecutors showed the jury evidence that violated a court order.
Ex-New York Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens , accused of lying to Congress about steroid use, told a federal judge he won’t challenge a possible conviction on grounds involving his lawyers’ potential conflict of interest.
Former New York Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens, accused of lying to Congress by denying his use of steroids, lost a bid to call Representative Darrell Issa as a witness at his federal perjury trial in Washington.
The judge overseeing Roger Clemens’s perjury case said the government can talk to former jurors from the ex-pitcher’s mistrial after some of them were contacted by the defense team in violation of court rules.
Roger Clemens, the pitcher who won more than 350 games and struck out more than 4,600 batters in a 24-year Major League Baseball career, was found not guilty of lying to Congress about his use of performance-enhancing drugs.
Former Major League Baseball pitcher Roger Clemens should be tried again on charges that he lied to Congress, U.S. prosecutors argued, saying government conduct that led to a mistrial was simply a mistake.