Found December 15, 2011 on SFgate:
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Bicycle racer Tammy Thomas lied to a grand jury about her use of steroids, then fought perjury charges in court. Convicted, she was sentenced to house arrest. It was the same story for elite track coach Trevor Graham,...
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Former major league slugger Barry Bonds escaped a prison term on a felony charge of obstruction of justice. U.S. District Judge Susan Illston on Friday sentenced baseball's home run king to two years' probation, 30 days of house arrest and 250 hours of community service. Bonds also was fined $4,000 by Illston for his conviction on obstructing a grand jury investigation...

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The court hands Barry Bonds a sentence today to finish up his perjury trial. The prosecution wants a prepositional phrase included, while the defense will argue for passive voice. Barry Bonds faces the possibility of probation or up to 21 months in prison when he is sentenced Friday for his felony conviction of obstruction of justice. Federal probation officers are recommending...
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