New Jersey Superior Court Judge John F. Russo Jr., off the bench for nearly 20 months and accused of courtroom impropriety in his questioning of a sexual assault victim on the witness stand, is back on the job—though his disciplinary case, and his civil suit against the state judiciary, remain pending.

State Supreme Court Chief Justice Stuart Rabner signed a one-paragraph order assigning Russo to the Civil Division in Burlington County.

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