The Georgia Supreme Court on Tuesday suspended Robbie Levin's law license for 24 months. Levin pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor charges and was sentenced in 2010 to 40 days in prison and a year of probation.
Levin, who worked at Clayton County's public defender office, was 36 in 2007 when he was charged with exposing himself on a Webcam to the girl. Police say he also attempted to meet her at a restaurant through someone who turned out to be an undercover agent.
A special master recommended that Levin be suspended for six months, but the court concluded a longer sentence was appropriate because "acts of moral turpitude" were involved.