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Barry Bonds ruling doesn't end the case

It's a setback for the perjury prosecution, but an appeal is still a possibility

Updated: June 12, 2010, 2:21 PM ET
By Lester Munson | ESPN.com

In a 2-1 ruling Friday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled that government prosecutors may not use positive drug tests and other records as they try to prove that Barry Bonds was guilty of perjury when he testified before the BALCO grand jury in San Francisco in December 2002. The split decision, its rationale and a dissenting opinion raise legal questions about charges against Bonds and the future of the prosecution. Here are some of the questions and their answers:

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