Despite conviction, uncertainty swirls around Corrine Brown’s fate – Florida Politics
The trial of former U.S. Congresswoman Corrine Brown wrapped earlier this month, with Brown going down on 18 counts.
Does that mean this all is a wrap, however? No.
Much of the reporting in the last week in the Jacksonville media brought forth ephemera from the case. That ephemera, ranging from accounts from jurors to stories from a witness not called to the stand, and Brown’s own testimony, suggests the grounds for a motion for a new trial – something Brown’s attorney suggested was happening minutes after the 18 guilty verdicts.
Worth noting: Brown, at least through the appeals process, …