Prosecutors in the Roger Clemens perjury case say they made an honest mistake in showing jurors inadmissible evidence and the baseball star should face another trial.
Baseball star Roger Clemens’ battle against perjury charges likely is far from over and probably will be the subject of a second trial, according to many legal experts.
Baseball writer Richard Justice of the Houston Chronicle joined Tony to discuss the shocking news that the Roger Clemens’ perjury trial has been dismissed and deemed a “mistrial” by Judge Walton.
The judge presiding over Roger Clemens’ perjury trial declared a mistrial over evidence revealed to the jury that may prejudice the jury against the former baseball star.
Prosecutors say needles and cotton balls that Roger Clemens’ former trainer says he used to inject the star pitcher in the middle of his career tested positive for Clemens’ DNA and anabolic steroids.
Roger Clemens’ attorney revealed Tuesday that the ex-baseball star plans to begin his defense against charges of lying to Congress by questioning whether lawmakers’ investigation into whether he used performance-enhancing drugs was proper.
Roger Clemens hasn’t gotten a lot of love from the line of Washingtonians who have been questioned about their fitness to serve on his perjury trial.
Gresh & Zo discussed steroids in sports, the perception of certain athletes and when the red flags should “really” come up.
Is the Roger Clemens perjury trial the best possible use — or even rational use — of the court’s precious time and the public’s scarce resources?
The perjury trial of pitching great Roger Clemens began Wednesday with word that Hall of Famer Wade Boggs and former All-Star pitcher David Cone could be called to testify in their former teammate’s defense.