New York Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye told a group of high-level business leaders Tuesday that the court system “is preparing for full-scale litigation” against the state in the event that the Legislature fails to enact a pay raise for judges.

“That would be a dark day in state history,” she added, as the pay raise remained stalled in Albany, a little more than a week before the Legislature is scheduled to adjourn.

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