As a convicted felon, Barry Bonds may not be able to carry a gun or vote, but that doesn't mean he won't be a Hall of Famer -- and soon.
Jury finds Barry Bonds guilty of obstruction of justice.
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The jury that convicted Barry Bonds on one count of obstruction of justice explained itself outside of the courthouse Wednesday.
Barry Bonds appeared outside a courtroom after he was found guilty on one count of obstruction of justice.
Former Santa Clara County District Attorney Steven Clark explains what Thursday's verdict means for Bonds.
The federal government spent years trying to prosecute Barry Bonds. And in the end, they walked away with a guilty charge on obstruction of justice. So what end did this serve?
The jurors weighing the Barry Bonds perjury case will return to work for a fourth day after failing to reach a verdict Tuesday in San Francisco.
The jurors charged with deciding the Barry Bonds perjury case will try again to reach a verdict when they return to court for a fourth day of deliberations.