A Miami civilian panel that reviews allegations of police misconduct is overstepping its bounds, an attorney for police argued Tuesday before the Florida Supreme Court.

The city-created Civilian Investigative Panel should not be able to subpoena witnesses, re-investigate complaints the police department’s internal affairs division has already reviewed and recommend discipline, argued Robert Buschel of Buschel Gibbons in Fort Lauderdale.

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