Judges across Maryland are set to receive a $40,000 increase in their salary over the next four years under a law that went into effect last week, the Maryland State Bar Association announced Monday.

The Judicial Compensation Commission recommended pay increases for judges across the state. The resolution was automatically enacted, as there was no adoption by the General Assembly, to provide a gradual salary increase at the district, circuit, and appellate levels.

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