An acting state Supreme Court justice in the Bronx was publicly sanctioned on Friday after she repeatedly identified herself to police officers as a judge when she struck their vehicle more than three years ago, according to the state Commission on Judicial Conduct.

The decision will likely mean that Justice Shari Michels, who has been elected twice to the New York City Civil Court, will have her status as an acting state Supreme Court justice revoked for two years, according to the Office of Court Administration.

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