DENVER (AP) _ U.S. District Judge Richard Matsch was released Saturday from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center following a weeklong recovery from a liver transplant.
Matsch, who oversaw the Oklahoma City bombing trials in Denver, had the five-hour operation Sept. 16.
Matsch, 71, had primary sclerosing cholangitis, an inflammatory condition that restricts bile ducts, causing a buildup of fluid that can lead to infections.
He was hospitalized twice last month with infections caused by the progressive liver disease.
He was placed on a transplant waiting list last year.