Roger Clemens verdict: Not guilty on all six counts Are you surprised by this?
After eight weeks, 46 witnesses, two dozing jurors and an estimated $2-3 million spent in taxpayer money, the Roger Clemens trial is finally over.
The verdict: Not guilty on three counts of making false statements,
not guilty on two counts of perjury and not guilty on one count of
obstruction. The charges stemmed from testimony that Clemens made in
Feb. 2008, telling a Congressional committee that he had never taken
steroids or HGH.
Clemens faced a maximum sentence of 30 years and a $1.5 million fine if he had been convicted on all six counts.
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