White Plains Mayor Awaiting Verdict In Domestic Abuse Trial
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (CBS 2/AP) — White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley will learn his fate in one week. The judge in Bradley’s domestic abuse trial said she’ll announce her verdict on December 9.
Bradley’s estranged wife Fumiko claims he threw scalding tea on her, kicked and shoved her, and slammed a door on her hand.
Bradley testified that Fumiko, slapped, pushed, punched and abused him.
The prosecution and defense wrapped up closing arguments Wednesday.
Under cross-examination Bradley said he never called police on his wife because he was intent on keeping their family together. The Bradleys have two young daughters. They are now divorcing.
Bradley, a Democrat, became mayor in January and was arrested in February.
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