Last week the first — and so far only — lawsuit was brought to compel an increase in New York judicial salaries.

The three plaintiffs, two Long Island judges and one from Brooklyn, filed their moving papers in the Article 78 proceeding in May; last Thursday the New York attorney general’s office filed its brief for the governor, the Legislature and the Office of Court Administration.

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