US Takes A Swing At Clemens' 'Guilt By Association' Pitch

Law360, New York (April 19, 2012, 7:54 PM EDT) -- Jurors deciding whether Roger Clemens lied to Congress about his supposed steroid use should hear about a culture of steroid use among Major League Baseball players, federal prosecutors said Wednesday, playing down the ex-pitcher’s stated fear of guilt by association.

Clemens was charged with perjury in 2010 for allegedly lying to Congress during a 2008 House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing about his supposed steroid use. The case ended in a mistrial in July after the prosecution presented the jury with information the court had...
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USA v. CLEMENS


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1:10-cr-00223

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District Of Columbia

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August 19, 2010

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