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OUCH!! Judge Says She May Toss Key Evidence in Barry Bonds Case

Barry Bonds could be one lucky guy — that is if the judge in his case tosses out some key evidence, which looks like a possibilty.

By Bob Egelko
San Francisco Chronicle
SAN FRANCISCO — The federal government’s perjury case against Barry Bonds ran into trouble Thursday when a judge questioned whether prosecutors could use much of the evidence they say shows the former Giants star used steroids.
U.S. District Judge Susan Illston did not issue a ruling after a 90-minute hearing in San Francisco on whether the prosecution’s evidence could be admitted at Bonds’ trial. But she said she was inclined to exclude evidence of blood and urine test results, laboratory records and steroid-use calendars unless prosecutors have a witness with first-hand knowledge to connect those items to Bonds.
That witness would be Greg Anderson, Bonds’ former trainer, who has already spent more than a year in jail for refusing to testify against his longtime friend, baseball’s all-time home run leader. Anderson is free now but could be imprisoned again if he declines to testify at Bonds’ trial.
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