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Fed Prosecutors Ask that Judge Balk at Jail in Case of Shortstop Miguel Tejada

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It’s not every day the government recommends probation. In this case, it seems reasonable and it shows some compassion on the part of the government.

By Del Quentin Wilber
Washington Post Staff Writer
WASHINGTON — Federal prosecutors yesterday told a judge that former Baltimore Orioles shortstop Miguel Tejada should be sentenced to probation for lying to Congress about his knowledge of performance-enhancing drug use in baseball.

Tejada, 34, pleaded guilty last month to making a misrepresentation to Congress, admitting that he lied to congressional staffers during an interview in a Baltimore hotel room in 2005 that focused on the prevalence of steroids in the game.

Federal guidelines call for a sentence of probation to six months in jail. Under Tejada’s plea deal, prosecutors agreed not to oppose a sentence at the low end of the guideline range. In recommending a sentence of probation and community service for the Houston Astros infielder, prosecutors wrote in court papers filed yesterday that Tejada has no criminal record, has a steady job and “has expressed appropriate remorse and contrition for this offense.”

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