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Bonds perjury trial likely to start in March

July 24, 2010

“I think the big surprise today is that the government didn’t dismiss this case. The government lost plan A when Greg Anderson refused to testify. Plan B went out the door when they lost key evidence, I don’t know if they’ve got a plan C,” ABC7 News Legal Analyst Dean Johnson said.

Johnson says the defense has gone as far as it can limiting the prosecution’s evidence, their next big move might be asking the judge to acquit bonds for lack of evidence right after the government presents its case. If it does go a jury, Johnson thinks a conviction will be a tough sell.

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