Ex-US Rep. Brown Gets 5-Year Prison Sentence In Fraud CaseFormer U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown was sentenced in Jacksonville Monday to five years in prison for fraud and lying on her tax returns.
Juror: 'Holy Spirit' Said Former Congresswoman Not GuiltyA juror dismissed during deliberations in former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown's fraud trial in Florida told his colleagues that the "Holy Spirit" told him she was not guilty.
Former Florida Congresswoman Found Guilty Of Taking Money From CharityFormer U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown was found guilty on Thursday of taking money from a charity that was purported to be giving scholarships to poor students.
Indictment, District Provide Obstacles For BrownIn her 23 years in Congress, Jacksonville Democrat Corrine Brown has faced challenges before, but the latest could be the most difficult.
Brown Indicted Over Sham CharityLongtime Democratic Congresswoman Corrine Brown has been indicted on charges that she and a top aide used a sham education charity to pay for personal expenses and luxurious events.
Brown: Redistricting Challenge Wasn't FrivolousAttorneys for Democratic Congresswoman Corrine Brown are pushing back against demands that she and her supporters foot the legal bill for groups that defended a new redistricting plan in a federal court battle.
Court Rejects Bid To Throw Out Florida Congressional MapA federal court turned aside Democratic Congresswoman Corrine Brown's legal fight to keep her current district intact.
House Ethics Panel Opens Probe Into Florida Rep. Corrine Brown The House Ethics committee launched an investigation into Florida Democrat Corrine Brown over a number of allegations including "fraudulent activity."
Judge Approves Voting-Rights Groups' Senate MapA state Senate redistricting plan favored by voting-rights organizations was approved Wednesday by a Leon County judge in a move that could shake the Republican Party's grip on power in the Capitol.
US Rep. Brown Resuming Federal Lawsuit To Block ChangesA Florida congresswoman is resuming her lawsuit to block changes to her congressional district.
Galvano: No Intent To Favor GOP In RedistrictingThe Senate redistricting chief on Wednesday defended a proposed map of the chamber's 40 districts, telling a Leon County judge that it was happenstance that the plan submitted to the court by the Republican-dominated Senate was one of the best for the GOP.
Senate's Motives At Issue As Redistricting Trial StartsThe decisions prompting state Senate leaders to choose a redistricting plan they recommended to a Leon County judge took center stage Monday, the first day of a trial to determine whether that map should go to the Florida Supreme Court.
Court Begins Working Through Redistricting IssuesA Leon County judge and lawyers for the Legislature and voting-rights organizations on Tuesday began muddling through the legal process for deciding on a new set of districts for the 40-member state Senate.
State Supreme Court Weighs In On Redistricting PlanA key Florida Supreme Court justice sounded skeptical Tuesday about the Legislature's proposal for a contested South Florida district in a battle over the map for the state's congressional delegation.
Lawmakers Ponder New Redistricting MethodsAfter a second consecutive redistricting session fell apart Thursday and the Legislature went home yet again without passing a map, lawmakers' message was more or less: We told you so.