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Bonds perjury trial awaits mistress’ testimony

After three days, the federal criminal trial of Barry Bonds concluded with major prosecution witnesses planting seeds that may bear fruit.

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Judge Doty slams NFL owners in decision

In a 28-page decision, U.S. District Court Judge David Doty blistered the NFL owners for breaching its obligation to negotiate in good faith.

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Pettite retires, will face Clemens at perjury trial

Andy Pettite announced he will retire from MLB. That gives him time to prepare to testify at Roger Clemen’s felony perjury trial.

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Chris Simms turns down plea deal

Why would Titans quarterback Chris Simms turn down a plea deal surrounding his arrest for driving under the influence of marijuana and opt for a court date instead?

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Brett Favre, sexual harassment lawsuit

The sexual harassment lawsuit filed against the Jets and Brett Favre isn’t so much about the bad behavior of Brett as it is the retaliation of the Jets organization against the recipients of the untoward behavior.

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Court says Jamie McCourt co-owns Dodgers

The couple’s divorce has been nasty from the beginning while in the middle of the fight sat the power and money grab for the Dodgers, the largest asset belonging to the couple.

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Does lesbian soccer coach have a legal case?

Lisa Howe was a successful college soccer coach but things took a turn when she told her students she and her partner were welcoming a baby into their life. Since then, Howe has lost her job.

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NBA player’s union screaming “technical”

The NBA players union is taking legal action against the NBA for their recent practice of calling technical fouls for even the most minor altercations between players and referees.

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Deanna Favre, how will she respond?

After once telling Brett Favre to pack his bags, if allegations of his sending texts to Jenn Sterger hold true, perhaps Deanna Favre will not tolerate a third-strike.

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Jay Mariotti plea deal, in just 39 days

Jay Mariotti wrapped up his criminal matter in a mere 39 days, hiring a lawyer who protected his privacy and got him the best deal he could get, without going to trial.

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