By failing to grant the state’s judges a raise for 11 years, the New York Legislature has created a “crisis” that violates the separation of powers doctrine, the New York Court of Appeals ruled on Tuesday.

The court concluded, 5-1, that the continued linking of judicial pay to unrelated issues was threatening the judiciary’s independence.

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