Barry Bonds is officially appealing his felony obstruction conviction. His attorneys paid $455 and filed a one-sentence notice to the federal trial court late Wednesday, saying that Bonds was asking the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeal to toss out his conviction.
Barry Bonds will remain free and unpunished while he appeals his conviction for giving misleading testimony before a grand jury.
Home run king Barry Bonds will be back in federal court on Dec. 16 to be sentenced for his felony obstruction of justice conviction.
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The Barry Bonds trial may have had a strange ending, but his lawyers still face a tough fight in clearing the slugger’s name. On Wednesday, a jury convicted Bonds of obstruction of justice but deadlocked on whether he committed perjury.
The jury in the Barry Bonds case has convicted him on obstruction of justice, but is deadlocked on the other charges.
The jurors weighing the Barry Bonds perjury case have returned for a third day of deliberations.
A transcript of the testimony from Barry Bonds’ personal shopper was being read back to the jury at the slugger’s perjury trial on Monday morning.
A prosecutor said a federal jury should convict Barry Bonds of making false statements to a grand jury, telling the panel Thursday that the slugger chose not to tell the truth about using performance-enhancing drugs.
Barry Bonds’ confident defense team rested its case Wednesday without calling a single witness, just minutes after a federal judge accepted the government’s request to dismiss one of the five counts against the home run king.
A federal judge has barred the jury in the Barry Bonds’ perjury trial from hearing a newly discovered tape recording prosecutors say bolsters their case that the slugger knowingly took steroids.
A juror called in sick at the Barry Bonds perjury trial Monday, forcing testimony to be postponed, while the government tried to get new evidence admitted that could abruptly turn the case in its favor.