Judges around California are nervously watching Yolo County, where local leaders are considering whether to stop providing county-funded benefits to their Superior Court jurists.

Some Yolo supervisors say that at a time when draconian budget cuts have forced them to lay off dozens of employees and shutter local offices it makes no sense to offer approximately $5,000 a year in extra perks to judges who already receive a full range of employment benefits from the state.

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