"Suffolk register of probate seeks end to forced leave" by Sean P. Murphy and Andrea Estes | Globe staff, January 28, 2014
She was always unconventional. Patricia Campatelli campaigned for Suffolk County register of probate out of an East Boston social club long associated with bookies, placing her laptop on the pool table at the unlicensed bar and working the phone amid “Vote for Patty’’ posters.
Now, weeks after allegedly punching an employee and being placed on administrative leave not once, but twice, in her one-year tenure, Campatelli hopes to meet with court officials Tuesday to clear her path to come back to her $122,000-a-year job.
But some colleagues do not want her back, saying they see her as a crude and vengeful boss who makes them feel physically threatened when she is angry….
Register of probate’s woes show need to abolish post
The Campatelli Cover-Ups
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