An emotional Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye said Monday the judiciary will not remain “docile in the face of the shabby treatment” it is receiving from officials of other governmental branches and is prepared to sue to get judges their first raises in more than eight years.

The chief judge said a suit would be the “very last resort,” but she said she may take that step if lawmakers and the governor do not authorize a pay increase between now and June.

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