The “Me Too” movement has come to California’s judiciary. The branch’s response so far has been “Not us.”

After the Judicial Council revealed in March that it has spent $600,000 to investigate and settle sexual misconduct claims, but refused to identify any of the judges, court employees or details involved, The Recorder asked every trial and appellate court in the state for related documents under the judiciary’s open records rule.

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