New Jersey’s court system has quietly paid more than $900,000 to settle sexual harassment claims against court employees since 2014.
Court documents obtained through open records requests shed light on a phenomenon that has largely remained outside public scrutiny—until now. Documents from those cases detail allegations by judiciary staff of vulgar and abusive behavior by administrators and, in one case, an assignment judge.
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