Prosecutors: 'Charity' paid $330,000 for lavish events, trips, even car repairs
The second day of testimony in the federal case against Corrine Brown provided more evidence of how the former congresswoman diverted a large part of the $883,000 she helped raise for a "bogus charity" to finance her lavish lifestyle.
Was Brown 'lying, cheating, stealing,' or betrayed by her chief of staff?
The prosecutor and defense attorney used many of the same words to describe former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown during opening statements Wednesday afternoon in her federal corruption trial, but painted very different pictures of her character.
21 potential jurors dismissed in first day of Corrine Brown trial
Forty of the 65 potential jurors in the federal trial of former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown said they had heard about the charges against the former congresswoman. Not all of those were excused, but on the first day of jury selection, 21…