A Moorpark attorney has been suspended from practicing law for at least two years because he failed to participate in an alcohol abuse program, which was a condition of a drunk driving conviction, state law officials said Friday.
Robert Lewis Raupp, 52, was also suspended because he did not keep in contact with the State Bar of California's probation department, said bar spokeswoman Susan Scott.
Raupp could not be reached for comment Friday.
Raupp was suspended from practicing law for 90 days in 1989 and was placed on two years probation as a result of a 1987 drunk driving conviction in Los Angeles Municipal Court, Scott said.
As a condition of his probation, he was ordered by the state Supreme Court to participate in an alcohol abuse program and to remain in contact with the State Bar's probation department.