Readers of this space might’ve thought they were done with Corrine Brown.
Alas, in the tradition of summer Hollywood sequels, the former Congresswoman and current convicted felon is back.
On Thursday, Brown’s legal team responded to her conviction on 18 counts, including conspiracy to defraud, wire fraud, tax fraud, tax evasion and fraudulent financial disclosure forms. The response consisted of two motions: a motion for a new trial and a motion to acquit.
The motion for a new trial—which was predicated on a claim that the juror who got bounced because he was compelled in decision-making …