The Manhattan District Attorney’s probe into payoffs at the State Supreme Court in Manhattan is continuing, with a search warrant having been issued for court files relating to the arrest of a high level clerk, sources reported Friday.

Meanwhile, court officials disclosed that the senior clerk, Steven Singer, who was arrested on charges of accepting bribes in return for speeding uncontested divorce judgments, had broad responsibilities over a number of other sensitive areas.

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