Attorney: Verdicts in Bradley trial prove judge believed wife
The divorce attorney for the wife of White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley says the verdicts in his domestic-abuse trial show the judge believed the mayor was lying when he denied abusing Fumiko Bradley. Mayor Bradley was convicted on five counts in the case, including harassment and attempted assault. The mayor insisted he did not abuse his wife and claimed that she was the aggressor. Fumiko Bradley's attorney, Neil Comer, says his client didn't deserve to be abused and that it is clear the judge felt the same way. Mayor Bradley is vowing to appeal the verdicts and says he is confident he will win the case with a new judge.
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