Due to the lack of coverage of this important trial from the MSM we will cover the whole trial using local coverage from here in Jacksonville Florida on THEI . . . Your Editor Dennis Crenshaw
Jacksonville Florida April 26 – April 28, 2017
Jury selected in Brown corruption trial; Opening statements could begin after lunch break
Photo: Jacksonville Florida Federal Court House. Fair use.
Judge James Klindt told the federal court on Tuesday that he believes the jury will be selected around the lunch break and the trial could start as early as 1 p.m. He added that’s all contingent on if the jury is seated in a timely manner.
By 10 a.m., the potential jury was selected but not yet seated and the court took a brief recess before moving forward with jury seating and instruction. . . . Read Complete Report
Corrine Brown Timeline – How We Got Here
YouTube ~ First Coast News
Who is Judge Corrigan?
Steven Dial details the background of the judge who is going to be presiding over former Congressowman Corrine Brown’s case.
Action News Jax CBS47/Fox30
Below are highlights from the Opening Statements of both sides in the Corrine Brown federal fraud and corruption trial. These highlights are significant chunks, but not the entire opening statements, from both sides. . . . Read Complete Report
Day 1 of former Congresswoman Corrine Brown’s trial
YouTube ~ First Coast News ABC Published on Apr 26, 2017
Opening statements were made and two witnesses took the stand
Day 2 of Former Congresswoman Corrine Browns trial
High-profile witnesses take stand in Corrine Brown corruption trial, including former CSX CEO
First Coast News ABC
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.- Testimony continued in the first full day of questioning in the corruption trial against former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown Thursday at the federal court building in downtown Jacksonville. . . . Read Complete Report
Corrine Brown Trial: FBI agent says charity spent extravagant amounts on events
Action News Jax CBS47/FOX30 April 27,2017 7:10 PM
Day 3 of Former Congresswoman Corrine Browns Trial
“James Smith, her defense attorney, told the court during opening arguments Wednesday, that Brown fully believed in the charity and was instead duped by her chief of staff and the president of the charity for years.
“Assistant U.S. Attorney A. Tysen Duva told the court during the government’s opening remarks that the trial was about a greedy, entitled member of Congress; that this was a case of corruption in the highest levels of government. . . Read complete Report
Former Rep. Brown corruption trial: Single donor gave bogus charity over $90,000
First Coast New 6:04 PM. EDT April 28, 2017
Action News Jax 4/28/17 Published at 7:44 PM
Next Friday, May 6, 2017: Week 2 of Corrine Brown Fraud Trial
Dig a Little DEEPER: Meet Corrine Brown