PORTLAND, Maine — The Oxford County attorney who admitted he phoned in two bomb threats to local schools in 2012 has agreed to turn in his law license in the wake of a new charge of domestic violence terrorizing.

The Maine Board of Overseers of the Bar announced Thursday that the Maine Supreme Judicial Court had accepted the resignation of Ron Hoffman, 54, of Sumner effective May 19.

Hoffman, whose law office is in Rumford, was suspended from practice in October but that suspension was lifted with conditions that he be monitored by another attorney and not commit any new crimes.

He was charged in February with domestic violence terrorizing in connection with a comment he made about his wife in front of workers at Rumford District Court, according to the court clerk’s office. The case has been transferred to Farmington District Court. A dispositional conference is scheduled on May 2.

Hoffman’s suspension was the result of his conviction for misdemeanor terrorizing in connection with bomb threats to Cushing and Academy Hill schools in Wilton on May 28, 2012, according to a previously published report. He pleaded no contest to the charge and was sentenced to a year in jail but that sentence was suspended.

The attorney resigned Wednesday in Augusta before Maine Supreme Judicial Court Justice Donald Alexander during a hearing to determine whether his suspension should be reimposed, according to the Kennebec Journal.

Under the terms of his suspension set by the Board of Overseers, Hoffman was required to comply with the conditions of his Maine Assistance Program contract for the next five years. He was subject to random mental health and drug testing and had to submit his law practice to monitoring by a Wilton lawyer. Additionally, Hoffman was ordered to attend and complete a seminar focusing on stress management in the law field.