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In the News: Sexual Misconduct Charges Against Justice Jeffrey Johnson

by | Jan 23, 2019 | Harassment

According to the Los Angeles Times, a state judicial watchdog commission has charged California Court of Appeal Justice Jeffrey Johnson with nine counts of misconduct, including sexual harassment. Justice Johnson allegedly squeezed a female justice’s breast and “told a female [California Highway Patrol] officer that he wanted take off her clothes and have sex with her.” Read the full article entitled “California Court of Appeal justice faces sexual misconduct charges,” here.

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