State representative Bill Kramer enters not guilty plea to sexual assault charges
Lawmakers have called for Kramer's resignation in light of two felony charges of second-degree sexual assault.
WAUKESHA - State Representative Bill Kramer says he's not guilty. Now his attorney, Eduardo Borda, says it's time to separate fact from fiction in the sexual assault case.
Kramer faces two felony charges of second degree sexual assault.
Borda reiterated his concerns about the atmosphere of the case -- basically the media coverage of it.
"I can tell you that the defense is not in agreement the rescitation of the statments of the witnesses in the case," Borda said. "My concern with the criminal case in Waukesha, matters that deal with Madison are matters that deal with Madison."
Part of Kramer's bail was changed just to keep him from places where the primary purpose is to serve alcohol. He must also maintain absolute sobriety. He'll be back in court June 18.