Barry Bonds sentenced to probation, not jail time for obstruction of justice | MLB.com: News

SAN FRANCISCO — Barry Bonds has been sentenced to two years probation and 30 days house arrest for his conviction on one count of obstruction of justice.

In a hearing held in the same courtroom his three-week trial took place in April, U.S. District Court Judge Susan Illston imposed the sentencing on Friday, agreeing with a presentencing report that Bonds should be on probation and serve 30 days of location monitoring, provide 250 hours of youth-related community service and pay a $4,000 fine and a $100 assessment fee.

Illston ruled the sentence will be suspended while Bonds appeals the conviction.

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