Barbera presses Md. lawmakers for judicial raises

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland’s top jurist Tuesday urged state lawmakers to raise judicial salaries for the first time in three years, saying continued wage stagnation will discourage the best qualified attorneys from applying for the bench. “Public service entails financial sacrifice,” Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera told the House Appropriations Committee. “(But) that sacrifice ...

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