The federal judiciary’s administrative branch has hired a new official on misconduct issues within the courts, after the official who originally filled the role stepped down last year.

Michael Henry will be the second-ever judicial integrity officer, Director of the Administrative Office for the U.S. Courts James Duff told judiciary staff in a memo issued Friday. He replaces Jill Langley, who originated the role.

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