In an op-ed on the conviction of White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley (left), Pace Law professor Bennett Gershman strongly suggests Bradley resign as mayor, writing: “Mr. Bradley in my opinion received as fair a trial as any litigant could possibly receive anywhere in the U.S. That Mr. Bradley didn’t like the result, and is now crying foul, tells more about Mr. Bradley’s character than it does about the character of the trial or the conduct of the judge.”
From the article:
Having put himself, his family, and the people of White Plains through the ordeal of a criminal trial, and having been convicted, Mr. Bradley may see resignation in his own self-interest.
Read the full article in the Journal News online.