The County Judges Association of the State of New York has fired off another salvo in the protracted battle over judicial salaries.

Following a warning in May by the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct that judges who recuse themselves from cases to protest legislative inaction regarding pay raises could face disciplinary actions, the judges’ association has announced that it adopted a resolution supporting “the recusal of any New York State Judges, as a matter of personal conscience, in regard to their ability to be fair and impartial due to the controversy surrounding Judicial compensation or related litigation.”

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