Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye on Friday termed the ongoing and as yet unsuccessful battle for judicial pay raises the “ultimate assault on judicial independence.”

In an address to the New York State Bar Association’s House of Delegates, the chief judge said the unseemly scenario in which judges have to lobby politicians for a cost-of-living raise must come to an end. She urged the association to make judicial compensation a priority.

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