California judges are closer to getting a payout from a long-running lawsuit alleging the state miscalculated their raises during the recession and interest on their earnings continues to pile up at a rate of 10 percent each year. A state appeals court this week affirmed its previous decision ordering California to pay about $40 million in back wages, penalties and interest to some 3,000 current and former judges.
California judges are closer to getting a payout from a long-running lawsuit alleging the state miscalculated their raises during the recession and interest on their earnings continues to pile up at a rate of 10 percent each year. A state appeals court this week affirmed its previous decision ordering California to pay about $40 million in back wages, penalties and interest to some 3,000 current and former judges. Andrew Seng Sacramento Bee file
California judges are closer to getting a payout from a long-running lawsuit alleging the state miscalculated their raises during the recession and interest on their earnings continues to pile up at a rate of 10 percent each year. A state appeals court this week affirmed its previous decision ordering California to pay about $40 million in back wages, penalties and interest to some 3,000 current and former judges. Andrew Seng Sacramento Bee file