On Thursday, February 9, 2023, the Supreme Court of the State of Florida approved the Conditional Guilty Plea ad Consent Judgment for the discipline of Miami attorney Susan Rachel Torres, thereby imposing a public reprimand upon the latter.

The case is styled “The Florida Bar vs. Susan Rachel Torres” with case no. SC-23-155.

On January 30, 2023, the Florida Bar filed a petition seeking the Court’s approval of Torres’ conditional guilty plea for a consent judgment in a disciplinary matter concerning Torres.

According to the petition, Torres tendered the conditional guilty plea prior to the filing of a formal complaint before the Supreme Court of Florida and was approved by the Florida Bar.

The Court, having considered Torres’ petition, deemed it appropriate to enter an Order accepting Respondent’s conditional guilty plea and consent judgment.

The disposition reads:

“The unconditional guilty plea and consent judgment for discipline are approved and the Court hereby reprimands respondent.

Respondent is further directed to comply with all other terms and conditions set forth in the consent judgment.”

Costs amounting to $1,250 were awarded to The Florida Bar and ordered assessed against Torres.

As of today, Ms. Susan Rachel Torres practices as an immigration attorney in Miami, Florida. She graduated from Florida International University, College of Law in 2011. She has been admitted to the Florida bar in 2011. Her online bio can be found on Avvo.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.