White Plains residents mixed on Bradley conviction

The guilty verdict given to Mayor Adam Bradley in his domestic abuse case is drawing mixed opinions in White Plains.

Some residents tell News 12 the guilty verdict should force Bradley to step down.

"He should definitely resign," says Jeanette Melendez.

Other residents hold a different opinion and say the domestic abuse case against Bradley is his personal business and doesn't hold any bearing on his fitness for office.

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