SAN ANDREAS, Calif. (AP) _ Robert Conrad pleaded innocent Tuesday to two felony counts of driving under the influence of alcohol for a car crash near his rural home in Calaveras County.

Conrad's blood-alcohol level was 0.22 percent when he crashed head-on into another vehicle, injuring the driver, according to a criminal complaint.

The March 31 accident occurred near the Sierra foothills town of Arnold, about 100 miles southeast of Sacramento.

On Tuesday, a judge ordered Conrad not to drink alcohol and said the actor was not to drive his vehicle more than 6 miles from his Bear Valley home. A preliminary hearing has been set for Nov. 18.

Conrad, best known for his roles in the TV series ``Baa Baa, Black Sheep'' and ``The Wild Wild West,'' faces two felony counts, formally listed as driving under the influence with injury and driving while having 0.08 percent or more alcohol in the blood system with injury.

He could face up to three years in state prison if convicted on both counts, according to Calaveras County prosecutors.

Conrad appeared in court with a bracelike cane for one arm and a sling on the other. He told the judge he has been praying for the other driver _ Kevin Burnett, 26, of Forest Meadows.

Burnett is recovering from what family members said were a broken wrist and leg. He has filed a lawsuit against Conrad and his production company, Black Sheep Productions, seeking damages and compensation for lost earnings and medical expenses.

The lawsuit said Burnett will suffer permanent disabilities.

Conrad's wife, Lavelda, has said her husband lost substantial use of his left arm and was periodically confined to a wheelchair. She said her husband had also been suffering from short-term memory loss. She said he had no recollection of the accident.

Lavelda Conrad said her husband is 68, but court records indicate he is 73.