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Barry Bonds Trial Delayed By Sick Juror

SAN FRANCISCO — A juror called in sick at the Barry Bonds perjury trial Monday, forcing testimony to be postponed, while the government tried to get new evidence admitted that could abruptly turn the case in its favor.Federal prosecuto…

SAN FRANCISCO — A juror called in sick at the Barry Bonds perjury trial Monday, forcing testimony to be postponed, while the government tried to get new evidence admitted that could abruptly turn the case in its favor.

Federal prosecutors told U.S. District Judge Susan Illston that a secretly recorded conversation between Bonds’ orthopedic surgeon Dr. Arthur Ting and the slugger’s former business manager Steve Hoskins had been located this weekend. Prosecutors told Bonds’ legal team Sunday night that Hoskins discovered the recording.

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