Jury Selection In Corrine Brown Case Expected To Take Two Days; Trial Starts April 26
Jury selection in Corrine Brown case expected to take two days; Trial starts April 26
Rep. Corrine Brown speaks on the steps of the Capitol (Photo: Rep. Corrine Brown/Flickr)
The trial of embattled former Congresswoman Corrine Brown is expected to begin April 26 after two days of jury selection, court documents show.
Brown is charged with 22 counts of a 24 count indictment filed in July of last year. Her charges range from fraud, conspiracy to commit mail fraud, making false statements, wire fraud and others. They’re accused of using a fake charity to convert hundreds of thousands in donations for personal use.
Her former chief of staff, also charged in the case, pleaded guilty to two …