Barry Bonds gets both houses and 50 percent cut in spousal support

April 1996
Jet;4/1/96, Vol. 89 Issue 20, p50
Reports that a San Mateo, California County judge ruled that San Francisco Giant outfielder Barry Bonds could keep his two homes and granted him a 50 percent reduction in support payments to his ex-wife, Sun Bonds. Details of the decision given by Judge Judith Whitmer Kozloski; Remarks of Barry about the ruling.


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