Baseball legend Roger Clemens isn't the first person to be charged with lying to Congress; he's only the latest to go to trial. Clemens is accused of lying when he testified in 2008 to a House committee that he never used performance-enhancing drugs. His trial begins on Wednesday.
Below are some of the more notable examples of congressional and Congress-related perjury and obstruction cases.
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