Remember when the prosecution of Roger Clemens got thrown in the toilet in the 2nd day of the trial? Special Legal Correspondent John Royal summed up the mistrial as such:
I'll never be as big an idiot as the prosecution was today, because as I learned in law school, when a judge tells you not to do something, you don't do it.
So anyway, the government decided that the best use of time and resources in this day and age is to go ahead and see if they can figure out whether or not a baseball player lied about how he played baseball. Jury selection begins today in Washington, D.C.