Quinn was found guilty of 13 counts of sexual assault and sex trafficking of a 15-year-old during a two-week trial in June in Beaver City. He was acquitted of one count of felony first-degree sexual assault.
Quinn faces a maximum of five life terms in prison plus 177 years.
Kramer said he had six sexual encounters with the victim at the Oxford Locker, paying her $50 each time.
Chad Cunningham testified at the trial of William “Billy” Quinn, 57 of Oxford about encounters he had with Quinn and the victim in fall and winter 2019.
There will be 160 jurors summoned for the trial, and a questionnaire will be used in the process of selecting jurors.
The court was satisfied with each jurors’ assurance that they would not and did not consider Sasse’s comments during deliberations or let such comments influence their verdicts.
During the trial for William “Billy” Quinn, 57, Brooks pleaded the Fifth Amendment during his testimony for the defense, and he was excused from testifying.
During the second week of Quinn’s trial, Sasse’s office issued a press release urging the U.S. Department of Justice to assist Nebraska in the prosecution of the interstate child sex trafficking case.
Investigators also found more than 15,000 text messages sent between Quinn, 57, of Oxford and the then-15-year-old girl.
Quinn's attorney asked Judge David Urbom to change the location of the trial, suggesting it be taken to a larger county with a great population where the jury hasn’t heard of the case and drawn conclusions.
An Oxford man is facing additional charges in an ongoing sex trafficking case in Furnas County.