A Williamson County judge has pleaded not guilty to the nine charges involving federal firearms.

Tim Wright was suspended without pay on April 8th after he was indicted with federal firearm charges. He "sold firearms on three occasions to a person he knew or had reasonable cause to believe was a convicted felon; aided, abetted and facilitated the smuggling and attempted smuggling of firearms from the United States; and made a false statement during the purchase of a firearm" said federal prosecutors. Not only is he being charged with cases of illegal exchange of federal firearms, but he also made false statements to a federal agent on two occasions about fake paperwork when purchasing the weapons legally.

Above, Tim Wright, a 70 year old court-at-law judge, has surrendered his passport and concealed handgun license.

17-year-old Connecticut girl was forced into chemo-therapy

Cassandra was diagnosed with high-risk Hodgkin lymphoma during high school. She and her mother missed several appointments concerning her health and the status of her cancer. Doctors notified the Department of Children and Families which forced Cassandra into chem-therapy. Cassandra would have preferred alternative and natural methods to combat the cancer.

Clemson University Academic Integrity

Plagiarism, which includes the intentional or unintentional copying of language, structure, or ideas of another and attributing the work to one’s own efforts;

Attempts to copy, edit, or delete computer files that belong to another person or use of computer accounts that belong to another person without the permission of the file owner or account owner

It is the responsibility of every member of the Clemson University community to enforce the Academic Integrity Policy.

Penalties Include:

Upon a finding of “in violation” by a hearing board, the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies will notify the student and course instructor of the decision immediately. If the offense is the first for the student, then the instructor has the ability to determine the academic penalty, which shall not exceed a grade of F for the course.

If the finding of “in violation” is not the student’s first offense, the student will receive a grade of F for the course, will be suspended from the University for one or more semesters, and may be permanently dismissed from the University.

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