A New York state court on Friday dismissed all but one of the grounds in a suit filed by three judges seeking their first pay increase since January 1999.

Acting Supreme Court Justice Thomas J. McNamara rejected a variety of constitutional and statutory arguments made by the judges. He allowed one claim — that the lack of a pay increase has impinged on the independence of the judiciary — to proceed to trial but indicated that the plaintiffs would face an uphill battle.

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