“Hundreds” of nonjudicial employees may lose their jobs due to $70 million in additional cuts imposed on the Judiciary in a state budget to be approved this week, Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman said Monday.

Court officials already had offered to cut $100 million from their $2.7 billion budget plan, and they were surprised that the spending deal for the year that begins Friday reached over the weekend demanded more sacrifice.

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