NABU said that the judge had accepted a bribe of $1 million in exchange for a favorable ruling in a case.
The judge is the latest in a series of high-profile figures to be arrested in Ukraine's ongoing anti-corruption campaign.
In recent years, Ukraine has made significant progress in fighting corruption. In 2014, the country passed a new anti-corruption law that created NABU, an independent body with the power to investigate and prosecute corruption cases.
NABU has since made a number of high-profile arrests, including the former head of Ukraine's state security service and the former minister of ecology and natural resources.
The arrests of these high-profile figures have sent a strong signal that Ukraine is serious about fighting corruption. However, there is still a long way to go. Corruption remains a major problem in Ukraine, and it will take years of sustained effort to root it out.
The arrest of the judge in Ukraine's Supreme Court is a significant development in the country's anti-corruption campaign. It shows that no one is above the law, not even those in positions of power.
The arrest of the judge is a victory for the people of Ukraine, who have long demanded that their government take action to fight corruption. It is also a sign that Ukraine is committed to building a more just and transparent society.
There are a number of factors that contribute to corruption in Ukraine, including: