An acting Manhattan Supreme Court justice, who presided over felony criminal trials, has been demoted and taken off the bench after barging into another justice’s courtroom and getting into a curse-laden argument with her.

Justice Anthony Ferrara, who is slated to retire at year’s end, will be doing only “chambers work” for the remainder of his judicial career, and he has been demoted to a city criminal court judge position, said Lucian Chalfen, a spokesman for the Office of Court Administration.

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