Clemens Risked Jail When He Rejected Plea OfferRoger Clemens rejected a plea deal that would have spared him prison time. Instead, he risked his freedom by going to trial.
Should Clemens Make It To The Hall Of Fame?With Clemens now acquitted of all charges in his perjury case, should the doors of Cooperstown (The Baseball Hall Of Fame) now open for the Rocket?
Clemens Acquittal Is The Latest Blow For SportsRoger Clemens, acquitted on all counts. A five-year investigation ended with the top pitcher of his generation celebrating with family hugs inside the courtroom.
Roger Clemens Acquitted On All ChargesRoger Clemens has been acquitted on all charges by a jury that decided he didn't lie to Congress when he denied using performance-enhancing drugs.
Jury Resumes Deliberations In Clemens TrialJurors will resume deliberations in the Roger Clemens perjury trial after a four-day break.
Clemens Prosecutors Challenge Wife In ClosingIn their final attempt to convince jurors that Roger Clemens lied to Congress, prosecutors basically called his wife a liar too, challenging her testimony just before the case went to the jury.
Closing Arguments Ahead In Clemens CaseAfter eight weeks, jurors are finally getting to hear closing arguments in the Roger Clemens perjury trial Tuesday, and they are expected to begin deliberations later in the day.
Clemens Not Testifying As Defense Rests In Perjury TrialAfter the defense said it had rested its case, the jury was cleared from the room and U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton asked Clemens if he was aware of his right not to testify
Debbie Clemens Backs Up Husband In TrialLawyers on both sides of the Roger Clemens case are ready for key testimony from Debbie Clemens about her husband's alleged use of HGH, as the defense nears the end of its case.
Wife Contradicts Witness In Clemens TrialThe Roger Clemens perjury trial at its core pits one man's word against another's. Now the estranged wife of one of them, Clemens' accuser Brian McNamee, is weighing in as a defense witness.
Clemens Gets Boost From Scientist's TestimonyRoger Clemens' defense may have regained the momentum in his perjury trial when a scientist testified that the government's physical evidence against the former pitcher could have been contaminated.