JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Corrine Brown will be back in court Wednesday without having to worry about her bid for re-election.
After losing in the Democratic primary for District 5, Florida Congresswoman Corrine Brown is going in front of a judge again in her federal indictment case.
Brown has already gone through about three sets of attorney's, the last two backed out, stating "irreconcilable differences" as one reason.
The last time we heard from Congresswoman Brown was on Election Day when she lost to Al Lawson, by 9 points. She was one of several incumbents to lose their primary bid.
Brown told FCN her re-districting fight and federal indictment case were not negatively impacting her campaign.
Brown is accused of 22 fraud charges and faces up to 357 years in federal prison. Her chief of staff , Ronnie Simmons, is also in the hot seat.
Brown and Simmons are accused of using an unregistered charity to raise money.