He won't be spending time in the pokey, according to a recommendation from a federal prosecutor:
A federal prosecutor recommended Thursday that Tejada receive probation and no prison time for misleading Congress about the use of performance-enhancing drugs.
U.S. Attorey Jeffrey Taylor said this:
“Mr. Tejada poses a minimal risk of recidivism and, based on his public statements, appears to have learned a difficult and important life lesson from his experience in this case. He is entitled to an appropriate amount of credit for this.”