SLO attorney disbarred after his fifth DUI conviction, California State Bar says

A San Luis Obispo attorney was disbarred after receiving his fifth DUI, the State Bar of California said in a news release.

Mansour Sig Haddad was disbarred this month after he pleaded no contest to driving under the influence for the fifth time, the release said.

On April 18, 2019, Haddad drove into two parked vehicles, the release said. Haddad was “unconscious and slumped over” in the driver’s seat when police arrived to the scene.

Haddad was subsequently arrested. His blood alcohol level was .35 — more than four times the legal limit.

According the State Bar of California’s database, Haddad has had his law license suspended twice before his disbarment.

The first was in 2011 following four convictions for misdemeanor DUIs. Haddad also was convicted of elder abuse in September 2012, prompting a second suspension.

Haddad’s law license was reactivated in 2015 but was suspended in 2021 pending his fifth DUI case.

He was disbarred Aug. 13.