The Barry Bonds trial starts Monday. The slugger is charged with 10 counts of making false statements to a grand jury, and one count of obstruction of justice. A panel of experts joins us to discuss perjury, how frequently it’s charged and its evolving role.

Peter Keane, dean emeritus and professor of law at Golden Gate University Law School
Erin Murphy, assistant professor at the UC Berkeley School of Law
Deborah Rhode, director of the Center on the Legal Profession at Stanford Law School

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