Alleged discrimination roils a probation office

The affirmative action officer for the Massachusetts Trial Court conducted an investigation of allegations by five women that chief probation officer James J. Rush discriminated against them on the basis of sex and, in some cases, race. Rush announced his plan to retire three days before the investigator completed this draft report. A final report was never completed, and the draft has been introduced as an exhibit in the litigation.

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Investigation into reports of discrimination
Investigation report
Draft report of a probe into alleged discrimination.
Probation office of Massachusetts -- lawsuits
Probation chief held in contempt
Documents relating to a legal fight where John J. O'Brien was held in contempt.
Depositions in Rush lawsuit
Lawsuit depositions
Depositions given in a suit that alleged discrimination.