Speaking at an American Bar Foundation event, Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Bertila Soto described a Florida judges’ meeting with a starkly different view of Latino culture than her own.

She was at her first state judges’ conference after being elevated to the circuit bench in 2002 and overheard one judge telling another about owning a 500-acre farm.

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