Barry Bonds Found Guilty of Obstruction of Justice
While Barry Bonds was found guilty by a federal jury of obstruction, the jury could not reach a verdict on the question of whether he lied about never knowingly using steroids during his career.
From the Los Angeles Times:
After a government prosecution that lasted nearly seven years, a federal jury Wednesday convicted home-run king Barry Bonds on one charge of obstruction of justice for allegedly lying about using performance-enhancing drugs.
The judge in the case declared a mistrial on three remaining counts.
Bonds was charged with four federal felony counts for denying under oath to a grand jury in 2003 that he had knowingly used steroids or human growth hormones and for maintaining that his personal trainer, Greg Anderson, had never injected him.