Corrine Brown attorney granted more time to file new trial motion
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Corrine Brown’s attorney will have more time to file a motion for a new trial for the convicted former congresswoman after a judge granted his motion for an extension Tuesday.
James Smith told News4Jax he asked for the extension after hearing what one of the jurors told the media about what went on in the jury room.
DOCUMENT: Motion for extension to file post-trial motions
Brown was convicted last week on 18 federal charges, including fraud and tax evasion, but juror No. 3 told the I-TEAM that the verdicts might not have been reached if one of the …