Rick Quinn and his attorneys, Johnny Gasser and Matthew Richardson, listen and make notes as Solicitor David Pascoe, foreground, makes a presentation at the former House member’s guilty plea on Wednesday. One slide Mr. Pascoe showed suggested that Mr. Quinn tried to take credit for the ideas in a column I wrote.
Rick Quinn and his attorneys, Johnny Gasser and Matthew Richardson, listen and make notes as Solicitor David Pascoe, foreground, makes a presentation at the former House member’s guilty plea on Wednesday. One slide Mr. Pascoe showed suggested that Mr. Quinn tried to take credit for the ideas in a column I wrote. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com
Rick Quinn and his attorneys, Johnny Gasser and Matthew Richardson, listen and make notes as Solicitor David Pascoe, foreground, makes a presentation at the former House member’s guilty plea on Wednesday. One slide Mr. Pascoe showed suggested that Mr. Quinn tried to take credit for the ideas in a column I wrote. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com

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