A working group of federal judges and judiciary officials reported on Monday that inappropriate conduct in the federal judicial branch is “not limited to a few isolated instances,” and significant reforms are needed.

“Of the inappropriate behavior that does occur, incivility, disrespect, or crude behavior are more common than sexual harassment,” the 144-page report stated. Still, the report said misconduct in the judiciary is not “pervasive.”

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