A culture of “toxicity and unprofessionalism” from court officers. Racial slurs that go unpunished. Fears of reporting bias.
Those were some of the takeaways Thursday from a sprawling independent review into the state court system’s response to institutional racism, an effort prompted by the death of George Floyd in Minnesota earlier this year.
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