Bill to Ease Judges' Certification Is Passed by NY Senate | New York Law Journal

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Legislation that would make it easier for judges turning 70 to be recertified for duty has built up momentum at the tail end of the New York lawmakers' session, which wraps up Thursday.

The measure calls for retired Court of Appeals judges and supreme court justices who otherwise meet statutory criteria for certification automatic, rather than discretionary.

Its prior version was vetoed by Gov. Kathy Hochul in January, upon Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence Marks' opposition "in the strongest possible terms."


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