Barbera, fellow judges press lawmakers for judicial pay raise

Salary increase would be first in three years

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland’s top jurist pressed senators Wednesday to approve what would be the first judicial pay raise in three years, saying a salary increase is necessary to attract and retain the best legal talent for the bench. “There is no question that public service requires personal and financial sacrifice,” Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary ...

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