SAN FRANCISCO (CBS 5 / KCBS) — The jury in the Barry Bonds trial found him guilty of obstruction of justice on Wednesday afternoon, but the judge declared a mistrial on several perjury charges after jurors indicated they couldn't reach unanimous agreement on those.
Federal judge Susan Illston made the decision to declare a mistrial on the remaining counts after the jury foreman said the eight women and four men comprising the panel were deadlocked and further deliberations would not break the stalemate.
Bonds sat stone-faced and displayed no emotion through the verdict, which came on the jury's fourth day of deliberations. It was unclear whether he would actually be sentenced to any jail time.
Bonds later walked out of the courthouse, impeccably dressed in suit and tie, and flashedRead More »from Bonds Guilty Of Obstruction; Mistrial On Perjury