Jury selection to begin in Barry Bonds’ perjury trial


Dean Johnson Previews Bonds Perjury Trial

ABC7 legal analyst Dean Johnson said the jury could be selected by the end of today or possibly tomorrow. The trial is expected to last three weeks. There is expected to be bruising testimony against Bonds by his ex-mistress and former ballplayers.

If convicted, Bonds could get more than a year in prison. However, some experts are predicting if he does get convicted, he would likely get house arrest. Johnson is predicting that Bonds will be acquitted.