The Texas Commission on Judicial Conduct on Tuesday suspended from the bench the Houston judge who has pleaded not guilty in a case that alleged she misused her campaign finance account for personal expenses.

An order of suspension noted that the judicial conduct commission reviewed a copy of 164th District Judge Alexandra Smoots-Thomas’ indictment and concluded that because she’s charged with seven counts of wire fraud, she should be suspended without pay from the district court.

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