Former White Plains mayor's domestic violence convictions overturned
Originally published: October 17, 2012 3:38 PM
Updated: October 17, 2012 9:49 PM
Photo credit: Westchester County district attorney's office | Former White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley's conviction in a domestic violence case was overturned after an appeals court concluded that the ex-mayor was deprived of a fair trail. Bradley was arrested after he was accused of intentionally slamming a door on his wife's hands during an argument in 2010. (Oct. 17, 2012)
An appeals court overturned guilty verdicts in a domestic violence case against former White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley, concluding Bradley "was deprived of a fair trial."
Bradley found himself embroiled in controversy after his 2010 arrest stemming from an argument with his wife, Fumiko Bradley. Adam Bradley was accused of intentionally slamming a door on his wife's hands.
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