SAN FRANCISCO — Setting the table for Barry Bonds’ perjury trial later this month, U.S. District Judge Susan Illston today delivered a slew of rulings on disputed evidence and testimony, dealings wins and losses to both defense and prosecution.

But it was her rulings on evidence of testicular shrinkage, sexual performance and domestic violence that got Bonds’ lawyers on their feet during today’s final pretrial hearing.

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