Pre-trial conference held in White Plains mayor's abuse case

A pre-trial conference for White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley's abuse case was held at the county courthouse today as both sides prepare to begin the actual trial next week.

Bradley is being accused of years of physical and mental abuse by his wife, Fumiko. He also allegedly tried to pressure her into dropping the case after she first pressed charges back in February.

The mayor and his attorneys appeared before a judge, arguing over potential witnesses in the case. The prosecution is arguing against two witnesses who served as marriage counselors throughout Bradley's marriage.

Bradley's attorney says if the judge decides against using the psychologists, he has another 16 possible witnesses.

The trial is scheduled to begin Monday.

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