August 30th, 2010
11:05 AM ET

Ex-baseball star Clemens in court on perjury charge

Baseball legend Roger Clemens arrives in court Monday.

Retired baseball star Roger Clemens arrived at U.S. District Court in Washington on Monday for an arraignment on charges related to his testimony that he did not use performance-enhancing drugs, according to two court officials.

Clemens, whose arraignment is scheduled for 2 p.m., faces six felony charges, including perjury, obstruction of Congress and making false statements after he told a House of Representatives committee that he never used human growth hormone or steroids.


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  1. termlimits

    Who cares, he's a bum!

    August 31, 2010 at 7:29 am | Report abuse |
  2. Larry Ladd

    Congress had to indict Mr. Clemens to take the pressure off all the lies they give the American people. Too bad they aren't as wiiling to look in their own house instead of picking on sports stars. Where is the justice?

    August 31, 2010 at 11:19 pm | Report abuse |