Attorney Vincent Maher, left, looks at papers with Twin Rivers Unified Trustee Cortez Quinn before he pleaded no contest Wednesday to a felony count of colluding to falsify his paternity test sample and two misdemeanors for illegally taking gifts and loans from a school employee.
Attorney Vincent Maher, left, looks at papers with Twin Rivers Unified Trustee Cortez Quinn before he pleaded no contest Wednesday to a felony count of colluding to falsify his paternity test sample and two misdemeanors for illegally taking gifts and loans from a school employee. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
Attorney Vincent Maher, left, looks at papers with Twin Rivers Unified Trustee Cortez Quinn before he pleaded no contest Wednesday to a felony count of colluding to falsify his paternity test sample and two misdemeanors for illegally taking gifts and loans from a school employee. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com