The Connecticut judicial branch, a marshal and chief judicial marshal remain in the hot seat after a federal judge refused to dismiss one of two remaining claims of sexual harassment and racial discrimination leveled against them.

Two of five claims in the lawsuit—alleging a Title VII claim of racial discrimination, sexual harassment, disparate treatment and a hostile work environment, among others—remain against Marshal Thomas Tercjak and Chief Judicial Marshal Russell Downer.

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