Baseballís Canseco Found Guilty in Domestic Violence Case
Jose Canseco of the Oakland Athletics pled no-contest and was found guilty of domestic violence charges. Canseco was arrested in November for hitting his wife. He carries two previous domestic violence charges.
Canseco, who left the courtroom before his case was called, was sentenced to probation and will undergo 26 sessions of battery counseling.
Media Resources: UPI - January 8, 1998
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