Corrine Brown’s Attorney Files Motion For New Trial
Corrine Brown’s attorney files motion for new trial
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The attorney for former Congresswoman Corrine Brown, who was convicted last month on 18 federal charges, including fraud and tax evasion, for stealing from an unregistered charity, has followed through with his promise to file a motion for a new trial and a motion for judgment of acquittal.
James Smith had also talked about filing a motion to interview Juror No. 3, the juror who told the I-TEAM that the verdicts might not have been reached if one of the jurors hadn’t told Judge Timothy Corrigan something that got juror No. 13 removed from the panel. But Smith said after …