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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami) – A proposed punishment for a Broward judge who hit a parked sheriff deputy’s car outside the county courthouse has been rejected by the state’s Supreme Court.

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Judge Lynn Rosenthal had agreed to a 90-day suspension without pay that was proposed by investigators. But the Supreme Court on Tuesday said a full hearing was needed to determine punishment.

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The court stated it wanted more information about Rosenthal making misleading statements to investigators and destroying evidence. Investigators say she refused to submit to a blood and urine sample.

Rosenthal was originally charged with DUI. A state attorney, however, reduced the charges to reckless driving. She has maintained she was given an incorrect dose of a sleep aid. Rosenthal also said she had lapse in judgment due to a “personal family crisis.”

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The News Service of Florida contributed to this report.