State judiciary and court leaders remained silent Thursday about the alleged misconduct of Conrad Rushing, the longtime state appellate judge in San Jose who resigned while facing allegations of sexual harassment and workplace improprieties.

The San Jose Mercury News reported Wednesday that a law firm, retained by the Judicial Council’s legal services division on behalf of the Sixth District Court of Appeal, concluded that Rushing engaged in sexual conduct at work, including looking at nude photos of women while in his chambers.

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