Athletes in trouble with the law

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FILE - In this Oct. 14, 1983, file photo, Philadelphia Phillies first baseman Pete Rose looks around from the steps of the dugout in the first inning of Game 3 of baseball's World Series against the Baltimore Orioles in Philadelphia. Philadelphia manager Paul Owens benched Rose for the game. Tony Perez, Rose's 41-year-old replacement, went 1 for 4, and the Orioles overcame a two-run deficit for a 3-2 win that gave them a Series lead en route to a five-game victory. (AP Photo/File)

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Winston Churchill once stated that, “the price of greatness is responsibility.” Athletes are not immune to these words of wisdom. Staying out of trouble seems to be a tricky thing to do for some athletes.

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