ALBANY – The state is “obligated” to pay raises to its 1,300 judges retroactive to April 1, 2009, a judge on Long Island has ruled.

Nassau County Supreme Court Justice Karen Murphy (See Profile) determined that state judges’ pay had been “duly increased” by the enactment of the 2009-2010 Judiciary budget.

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