A judge can race motorcycles, coach basketball and captain a sightseeing boat without creating a conflict with his primary judicial role or compromising its dignity.
Those are a few of the determinations New York state court administrators have made since last fall when they relaxed prohibitions against judicial moonlighting in light of the fact that judges have not received a raise since 1999.
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