Freddy D’Agostino (center) fought a subpoena by Miami’s Civilian Investigative Panel in court. The Supreme Court of Florida ruled Thursday that the watchdog agency can’t compel officers to appear before them.
Freddy D’Agostino (center) fought a subpoena by Miami’s Civilian Investigative Panel in court. The Supreme Court of Florida ruled Thursday that the watchdog agency can’t compel officers to appear before them. Charles Rabin Miami Herald
Freddy D’Agostino (center) fought a subpoena by Miami’s Civilian Investigative Panel in court. The Supreme Court of Florida ruled Thursday that the watchdog agency can’t compel officers to appear before them. Charles Rabin Miami Herald

Court strikes down Miami watchdog agency’s power to subpoena cops

June 22, 2017 04:15 PM

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