Which one is the correct use?
She judged him wrong.
She judged him wrongly.
Or, are both correct, but have slightly different meanings?
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There are two different structures. "Wrong" may be either the complement of the verb (what she judged him to be) or an adverb modifying the verb (how she did the judging).
As others have said, "wrongly" can only be the adverb, but "wrong" can be either - though in more formal use, it would tend to be used only as the complement.