Prosecutors: Bradley attending abuse classes

A trial date for White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley could be set on July 22 after his most recent court appearance this week on domestic violence charges.

Prosecutors told a judge that Bradley has attended four domestic abuse classes since he was arrested for a second time last month.

Bradley is currently facing nine charges in a domestic violence case after allegedly abusing his wife, Fumiko.

Bradley allegedly slammed his wife?s hand in a door back in February, but in statements made to police, she details a history of domestic abuse between the two.

Bradley has maintained his innocence throughout the proceedings. If a trial date is set, he will have to decide whether he will have a bench or jury trial.

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