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Court of Appeals for New York, Albany (Courtesy photo) Court of Appeals for New York, Albany. (Courtesy photo)

Two judges in New York will remain off the bench, but still be paid for their positions, after the New York Court of Appeals voted unanimously to approve their suspensions in separate decisions handed down Tuesday morning. 

Sylvia Ash, presiding judge of the Kings County Supreme Court, Commercial Division, and Paul Senzer, a village justice on Long Island, will stay off the bench, at least for the time being. 

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