A proposal to overhaul the state’s current structure of trial courts, the lowest level, from Chief Judge Janet DiFiore is expected to cost the state an additional $13.1 million when fully implemented—less than a half of 1% of the judiciary’s current budget.

That result was projected Tuesday by a new report from the state Office of Court Administration, which said the cost would largely come from salary increases required under the plan.

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