Former White Plains Mayor To Be Retried On Assault Charges

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Former White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley (left) walks out of City Court with his lawyer, Randall Cutler. Photo Credit: File

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – Former White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley will be retried on misdemeanor domestic violence charges beginning April 8, according to the Westchester District Attorney’s office.

Bradley resigned in February 2011 after he was convicted of attempted assault and harassment of his estranged wife, Fumiko Bradley, and sentenced to three years' probation.

His conviction was overturned on appeal in October 2012 because Bradley was denied witnesses he said would have given testimony contradicting that of his wife, according to published reports.

Whether he is tried by a jury is up to Bradley, the District Attorney’s office said.

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