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Tiger Woods’ Dr. Galea pleads guilty

Toronto physician Anthony Galea who has been linked to high-profile athletes in the U.S. agreed to plead guilty to one count of transporting unapproved drugs across the Canadian-U.S.border.

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Supreme Court rules against Clemens

First the appellate court ruled that Clemen’s case couldn’t be brought to Texas federal court and now the Supreme Court has refused to listen to Clemens’ case.

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McCourt victorious in bankruptcy court

Under the plan, McCourt will borrow $150 million from private financiers, $60 million of which is expected to be funneled to the Dodgers’ owner.

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Plaxico Burress released from prison

Burress is expected to go to Florida to be with his family then get ready to put a game plan together for his return to the NFL.

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Arrest made in Dodgers beating case

While Bryan Stow has yet to be responsive other than minor movements and occasionally opening his eyes, L.A. celebrated when a suspect in the beating case was arrested.

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Judges side with NFL owners

A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit ruled that the injunction granted against the NFL owners’ lockout of players is stayed on a permanent basis.

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Appeals court grants NFL owners lockout

In the middle of the 3rd and 4th rounds of the 2011 NFL Draft an announcement was made regarding the latest legal twist in the labor strife between NFL players and the owners.

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Barry Bonds jury explains verdict

Barry Bonds’ criminal trial came to a close when a jury found him guilty of the one count of obstruction of justice but were deadlocked on the remaining counts of perjury.

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Bonds doc throws prosecution curveball

Barry Bonds perjury trial: By the end of the week the prosecution had to retreat and lick its wounds after Dr. Ting took the stand and turned the tables.

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Bonds mistress talks hair loss and testicles

In a much anticipated testimony, Barry Bonds former mistress, Kimberly Bell, took the stand for the prosecution to testify at the slugger’s perjury trial.

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