Corrine Brown Trial
CORRINE BROWN FOUND GUILTY OF 18 COUNTS (SEE DAY 4 BELOW)
Week 3 – Day 1
Deliberations continue Tuesday in Corrine Brown trial
Former congresswoman denies allegations of federal corruption, fraud
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The federal corruption trial of former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown entered its final phase Monday as attorneys for each side presented their closing arguments and the jurors began deliberations.
The deliberations, which began about 1:15 p.m., ended for the day at 5 p.m. and will resume at 9 a.m. Tuesday. Legal analysts say those deliberations could take days. . . . Read Complete Report
Corrine Brown’s jury deliberates
They will continue deliberating on Tuesday and it could take days, are there are more than a dozen charges to consider.
Week 3 -Day 2
Corrine Brown absent from court as jury deliberates
Week 3 – Day 3
Juror had to be dismissed in Corrine Brown case
Steven Dial found out that the other jurors were worried about the one juror that was dismissed, and asked the judge a couple of questions
Week 3 Day 4
CORRINE BROWN GUILTY ON 18 COUNTS!
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Former U.S. Rep Corrine Brown is now a convicted felon 18 times over after she was found guilty Thursday in her federal corruption trial related to the theft of money from an unregistered Virginia-based charity.
Brown, who listened in stunned silence as the verdicts were read, was convicted of conspiracy, five counts of mail fraud, seven counts of wire fraud, one count of scheme to conceal material facts, one count of obstruction of IRS laws and three tax fraud charges. She was found not guilty of two mail fraud counts and two wire fraud counts. . . Read Complete Report
US Department of Justice releases statement on Corrine Brown
We will continue to bring you updates, sentencing etc. as we continue to bring you complete coverage of this trial of a corrupt public official. . . Your Editor Dennis Crenshaw