Barry Bonds, Major League Baseball’s career home-run record holder, was spared jail time and instead ordered to serve two years of probation for obstructing a U.S. probe of steroid use in professional sports.
Barry Bonds, Major League Baseball’s career home-run record holder convicted of obstructing a U.S. probe of steroid use in professional sports, faces sentencing by a judge who chose not to jail two athletes for similar offenses.
Lawyers for Barry Bonds , baseball’s home-run record-holder, rested their case today without calling any witnesses, minutes after prosecutors dropped one of four perjury charges against the former San Francisco Giants player.
The U.S. obtained a secret recording of home-run king Barry Bonds ’s doctor from the slugger’s former business partner, who claims he told the physician about Bonds’s alleged steroid use, a prosecutor said.
Directors of Wells Fargo & Co., the largest U.S. mortgage lender, must face investors’ claims the bank failed to properly disclose details of its foreclosure practices to government investigators, a judge ruled.