The New York state Commission on Judicial Conduct plans to double both the number of its staff attorneys and investigators thanks to an infusion of funds in the 2007-08 state budget.

The commission’s budget will jump by $2 million in New York’s new fiscal year to $4.8 million. Administrator and counsel Robert H. Tembeckjian said he has already been in contact with the state Office of General Services about finding new space for expanded operations.

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