The Supreme Court of Georgia on Tuesday suspended for 24 months the law license of Robbie M. Levin, who in 2010 pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors related to his sending webcam images that show him touching his genitals to a 16-year-old girl and urging her to lie to her parents about meeting him.

Levin, who was 36 at the time of his arrest in 2007 and has practiced law since 1996, will be eligible for reinstatement if a professional counselor confirms that he remains rehabilitated, the court said in a per curiam opinion that suggested a split over some of the decision’s reasoning.

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