The mayor of White Plains on Thursday will learn his fate, eight months after being arrested on domestic violence charges.
A supreme court judge will decide Mayor Adam Bradley's guilt or innocence. Bradley maintains his innocence.
During his trial, his wife Fukimo Bradley, said she called police on him after he twice slammed a door on her fingers and said she resisted calling police after earlier incidents because she didn't want to hurt his career.
But on Feb. 28, he allegedly injured her fingers. She said she decided to stand up for herself and their two daughters.
Adam Bradley rarely looked at his estranged wife as she testified. He took notes on a yellow legal pad. Bradley's attorneys described Fukimo as violent and unstable.
The Bradleys are in the midst of a divorce.