Former Florida Bar President Michelle Suskauer was, as predicted, cleared relatively unscathed via diversion on May 18th. As you may recall, the case was opened after concerns raised by federal judge Jimmy Cohn.
The entire Grievance Committee (GC) recommendation referenced above and below is found here.
The case seems to have taken all of twelve months for the Bar’s one time leader to be cleared. Brenda v. Blog, featuring the Bar’s least favorite lawyer, is now 600 days old since the initial complaint was received by the Bar without it having been presented to a GC.
Here’s how the GC defended Suskauer against the media coverage of her case, despite the Oath she swore to become Bar President, mandating familiarity with the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar, also pictured below: