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NCJ Number: 148840 Find in a Library
Title: Survey of Judicial Salaries
Corporate Author: National Ctr for State Courts
United States of America
Date Published: 1994
Page Count: 12
Sponsoring Agency: National Ctr for State Courts
Williamsburg, VA 23185-4147
State Justice Institute
Alexandria, VA 22314
Sale Source: National Ctr for State Courts
300 Newport Avenue
Williamsburg, VA 23185-4147
United States of America
Type: Survey
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: The National Center for State Courts surveyed the salaries of State court judges and administrators as of January 1, 1994, for appellate courts, general jurisdiction trial courts, and courts of limited and special jurisdiction.
Abstract: Salaries of associate justices in the highest courts ranged from $64,452 to $127,267, with a mean of $92,806 and a median of $92,383. Salaries of judges in intermediate appellate courts ranged from $73,388 to $119,314, with a mean of $91,491 and a median of $89,452. Salaries of judges in general jurisdiction trial courts ranged from $61,740 to $104,262, with a mean of $83,048 and a median of $82,997. Finally, salaries of State court administrators varied between $43,139 and $119,314; the mean salary was $80,059, and the median salary was $79,242. Data are tabulated by State.
Main Term(s): Court statistics
Index Term(s): Judicial compensation; Pay rates; State courts; State-by-state analyses
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