Judge Tim Wright has pleaded not guilty to an array of federal charges for which he was indicted last week.

Wright, a county court-at-law judge in Williamson County, was expected to plead in person Wednesday at the federal courthouse but instead waived his arraignment appearance and entered the plea in writing on Tuesday.

If found guilty he has to chance to spend the rest of his life in prison without a Chance of parole.

A 17-year-old teen who has been living at Connecticut Children's Medical Center since December while being forced to have chemotherapy to treat Hodgkin's lymphoma has completed treatment and left the hospital Monday, according to her attorney, Josh Michtom.

Cassandra C., as she is identified in court documents, was ordered into custody of the Connecticut Department of Children and Families by a judge in December. She ran away in an effort to discontinue chemo, claiming she did not want to be treated.

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