In a controversial move, the association representing New York Supreme Court justices has passed a resolution calling upon the judiciary to refrain from any involvement in the screening of candidates for elective judgeships.

The resolution was adopted unanimously by more than 100 justices who attended the association’s Jan. 27 annual meeting, held in Manhattan as part of the New York State Bar Association’s convention.

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