Former Rep. Corrine Brown Scheduled To Appear In Federal Court On 22 Charges, Including Mail and Wire Fraud

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Former Rep. Corrine Brown is scheduled to appear in federal court Wednesday afternoon in Jacksonville.

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA (WFTV) – Former Rep. Corrine Brown is scheduled to appear in federal court Wednesday afternoon in Jacksonville.

Brown, who served 12 terms in Congress, will face a judge for a pretrial hearing on 22 federal charges, including mail and wire fraud. Her trial is scheduled for later this month.

Prosecutors will try to convince a jury that Brown helped create a charity called One Door for Education. The organization was described as a scholarship fund, but investigators said they could find proof of only two awarded scholarships.

Read: Former Rep. Corrine Brown to appear in federal court on conspiracy, fraud charges

Brown and her former chief of staff, Ronnie Simmons, are accused of hiding income that should have been reported on financial disclosure forms and spending more than $800,000 in funds raised for the charity.

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