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Roger Clemens retrial enters second week (Live updates)

Twelve jurors and four alternates were seated shortly before noon Monday in Roger Clemens’s perjury trial

The Washington Post’s Del Wilber (@DelWilber) and Ann Marimow (@amarimow) are live-tweeting from the trial. Follow along below for the latest updates.

View Photo Gallery: Former pitching powerhouse Roger Clemens is being tried for a second time on charges that he lied to Congress about using performance-enhancing drugs.

Opening statements are expected Monday afternoon.

Clemens is charged with lying to Congress in 2008 about using performance-enhancing drugs while he was a baseball pitcher.

He was previously tried on this charge, but a judge declared a mistrial last summer.

More from the trial:

Trial could hinge on whether Congress’s hearings were legitimate

Clemens perjury trial resumes Monday, to recess Tuesday

Jury pool narrowed to 36 in Roger Clemens trial

Full coverage: Roger Clemens perjury trial


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