Prosecutors Respond To Two Motions In Corrine Brown Legal Battle
Prosecutors respond to two motions in Corrine Brown legal battle
Corrine Brown, former congresswoman, outside of court. (Photo: Dial, Steven)
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Federal prosecutors have responded to two motions Thursday in the legal case against former Congresswoman Corrine Brown: One to oppose Brown’s request to have the 18 counts she was convicted of thrown out and another to deny a request for a new trial.
Brown’s motion for acquittal argues that the testimonies of Ronnie Simmons, her former chief of staff, and Carla Wiley, the president of bogus charity One Door For Education, did not fault Brown for any wrongdoing. Only Wiley and Simmons admitted guilt.
Also in the motion …