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Thomas Wright

If convicted Wright could keep pension

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Even if state Rep. Thomas Wright is found guilty of the criminal charges he faces he will still be able to draw taxpayer dollars. Full story...
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If Wright runs, so will attorney Goolsby

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If troubled state Rep. Thomas Wright does indeed run for reelection, someone else is vowing to run against him. Full story...
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NC House committee lodges 8 counts of misconduct against Wright

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A bipartisan committee of state lawmakers has decided there is probable cause to believe Representative Thomas Wright participated in conduct unbecoming a lawmaker. Full story...
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House panel investigating Wright set to meet today

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The state House committee investigating criminal charges against New Hanover County Rep. Thomas Wright is scheduled to meet today. Full story...
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Wright will have competition if he runs

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If Rep. Thomas Wright runs for re-election despite his legal troubles, he will undoubtedly have some competition Full story...
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Wright pleads not guilty to wrongly obtaining, using $350,000

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State Representative Thomas Wright has pleaded not guilty to six felony charges that accuse him of illegally obtaining or misusing more than $350,000. Full story...
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Wright gets brief reprieve

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State Rep. Thomas Wright has a brief reprieve. The House ethics panel was supposed to meet Thursday morning about the Wilmington Democrat. Full story...
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State Rep. Wright to appear in court on felony charges

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State Representative Thomas Wright has been given two boxes of evidence that prosecutors collected in their criminal case against him. Full story...
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NC House committee meets for first time related to Wright

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A state House panel investigating Representative Thomas Wright will hear from two state attorneys next month about the criminal indictments against him. Full story...
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Rep. Wright turns himself in following criminal indictment

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videoState Rep. Thomas Wright has turned himself in to authorities. Wright appeared before a Wake County magistrate judge Friday following his indictment earlier this week on five felony charges. He was released on $50,000 unsecured bond. Wright looked at a cluster of clicking cameras and reporters and said, "You'd have thought I'd murdered somebody." Full story...
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