Perjury cases tough to prove

Perjury cases tough to prove

There are 1 comment on the Slam Sports story from Nov 19, 2007, titled Perjury cases tough to prove. In it, Slam Sports reports that:

“They are tough cases to prosecute because very often it turn into he said, she said”

Barry Bonds is the latest in a string of high-profile defendants to face perjury and obstruction charges - crimes that often are difficult to prosecute and result in little, if any, prison time. via Slam Sports

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Regular guy

Grand Haven, MI

#1 Nov 20, 2007
He grew 2 foot sizes and gained 100 pounds of muscle - after the age of 35 - how much proof do you need?

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