Roger Clemens attorney Rusty Hardin says jury was 'firmly convinced' Clemens never used performance enhancing drugs, previews civil case

Roger Clemens speaks after being found not guilty on Monday, June 18.
Roger Clemens speaks after being found not guilty on Monday, June 18.

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Roger Clemens now acquitted of perjury charges but not completely in the clear. Next week, a civil suit will begin in a Brooklyn courtroom from former personal trainer Brian McNamee, who is suing Clemens for defamation. In 2008, Clemens sued McNamee and that suit was tossed out.

Rusty Hardin, Roger Clemens' attorney, tells Soledad on "Starting Point" that the jury's not guilty verdict was a result of being "convinced he did not use performance enhancing drugs" and previews the upcoming civil case against his client.