Cortez Quinn has been in a Sacramento County Courtroom 10 times thus far. His latest appearance was June 18 and his next date is set for July 16.
has been in a Sacramento County Courtroom 10 times thus far.
latest appearance was June 18 and his
next date is set for July 16.
SACRAMENTO - Twin Rivers Unified School District board member Cortez Quinn will make his next court date July 16 after his attorney told a Sacramento judge his client was made an "offer" in his criminal case that also includes conspiracy to submit a false DNA sample.
Quinn appeared in Department 8 of the Sacramento Courthouse on June 18 with his attorney Vincent Maher before the Hon. Gregory Orr who was sitting on the bench in place of Judge Laura White.
Quinn, a Twin Rivers Unified School District board member, was charged last November with 13 felony and five misdemeanor charges, including a conspiracy to submit a "false DNA sample" in a paternity suit filed against him.
is charged for allegedly receiving illegal loans and gifts from a school district employee as an elected official.
The former district employee also claims Quinn
is the father of her
Co-defendant Andre Pearson also appeared in court along with Quinn
must return for the July 16 court date as well.
, a lab tech, is accused of conspiring with Quinn
to distort the paternity test.
Maher and Quinn
left the courthouse without comment.
are both free on bail until the case is resolved.