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Roger Clemens

January 8, 2013

Roger Clemens

We represented Roger Clemens in matters that developed from the Mitchell Report’s allegations of performance-enhancing substance abuse in major league baseball. The seven-time Cy Young Award winner was named in the report, based solely on accusations made by his former trainer. Mr. Clemens repeatedly and consistently denied these charges and presented credible evidence of the honesty, integrity, and hard work that made his historic career possible. Most recently we represented Mr. Clemens in the criminal case brought by the Department of Justice alleging that he committed perjury before Congress in consistently denying the charges found in the Mitchell Report. After an initial mistrial in that case, Mr. Clemens was found not guilty on all counts by a Washington D. C. jury after eight weeks of testimony. In addition we have represented the baseball legend in a civil defamation suit against his accuser, a civil defamation suit brought by his accuser, and other related hearings and investigations.

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