Bonds' lawyers say questions ambiguous, want charges dismissed
SAN FRANCISCO -- Attorneys for Barry Bonds urged a federal judge Wednesday to toss out charges accusing baseball's all-time home run king of lying to a grand jury about his alleged steroid use. They said the questions asked during his testimony were too ambiguous.
For instance, Bonds' attorneys said, prosecutors asked him during his December 2003 grand jury appearance if he had "taken anything like" steroids.
"We simply think the questions and answers are far too confusing or vague ...
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