In Tennis Game Of Court Motions, It’s Corrine Brown’s Serve
In tennis game of court motions, it’s Corrine Brown’s serve
Former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown has already seen the government’s response to her motions for acquittal and a new trial in her court case.
Federal prosecutors oppose both the acquittal motion and the motion for a new trial.
The feds contend, contra Brown’s contention, that evidence was actually sufficient to convict her of 18 of 22 counts in her fraud trial for phantom educational charity One Door for Education.
And, despite best efforts from Brown’s attorney, James W. Smith III, the feds still don’t believe that the Holy Spirit’s ineffable input is compatible with evidentiary-based reasoning …