Barry Bonds Gets 30 Days of House Arrest in Illegal Steroid Case
One time baseball slugger Barry Bonds was sentenced Friday in San Francisco federal court to 30 days of house arrest, two years probation and a $4,000 fine for his obstruction of justice conviction in 2003 tied to his testimony to a grand jury probing illegal steroid use, CNN reported.
The network reported that Bond was to remain free pending his appeal.
CNN reported that fed prosecutors had recommended in a sentencing memo that Bonds, 47, serve 15 months in prison.
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