New York court administrators Monday urged “an immediate and substantial” salary increase for 1,200 state judges who have not had a raise since January 1999.

A report submitted by Chief Administrative Judge Ann Pfau presented several scenarios to the state’s Special Commission on Judicial Compensation for a salary of between $192,000 and $220,000 for Supreme Court justices, who now make $136,700. The top end would constitute a 41 percent raise.

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