The state of Texas may owe millions of dollars to thousands of people convicted of misdemeanor offenses if a class action suit filed last week is successful.

The suit, filed Nov. 8 in Travis County District Court, alleges that the comptroller of public accounts illegally collected funds from 61 counties to help boost the pay of county court-at-law judges to a salary more in line with district judges.

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