Tim Wright pleads not guilty to federal weapons charges.
Judge Tim Wright is from north Texas, he got his law degree in 1970 from Baylor. The Judge was reportedly selling weapons to a known felon on June 1 2014 and Feb 24 2015. Tim and his lawyer are pleading not guilty because they say he didn't do anything wrong. He not only sold to a felon, but lied about it by giving a false statement and paperwork, that alone is another charge. On top of all this Judge Wright helped the felon export those guns, which is another charge. Selling firearms illegally can have jail time for up to 10 years.
Connecticut Teen Refuses Chemo Therapy, but has to Take it Anyways
17 year old Cassandra C was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma, which is a cancer of the lymphatic system. She was 9 months away from her 18th birthday when she refused the chemo therapy. This matter was taken into court by the doctors saying that she cant refuse the treatment. The court mandated that she do the chemo therapy. The state gave custody to the state department of children and families, after she had ran from home.
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