Judge Asks Lawyers In Barry Bonds Case To Resolve The Issues Before The Trial Begins

- By Bossip Staff

Sounds like “your honor” isn’t trying to waste his golf time with this silly a** “trial”.

SAN FRANCISCO – A federal judge in the perjury case against Barry Bonds has asked the sides to find a way to resolve the charges before the trial next month.

U.S. District Judge Susan Illston made the request during a hearing Friday and prosecutors said they would discuss a plea agreement with Bonds’ lawyers. But an attorney representing the home run king tells The New York Times and other media outlets he believes the case will go to trial.

Bonds is expected to plead not guilty when he is arraigned March 1 for the third time since he was initially charged in 2007 with lying to a grand jury about his steroids use. The trial is scheduled to start March 21.

We can’t believe that these white folks still wanna see Barry Bonds fry! He’s already guilty in most people’s minds, and has clearly been punished in the court of public opinion. Now you want to waste good taxpayer money to see him be found “guilty” of some “crime” that no one other than jerk-off baseball nerds cares about? SMH…


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