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March 9, 2011 at 4:52 PM

Bradley hearing rescheduled for March 30

A private hearing in the Los Angeles City Attorney’s office scheduled for Mariners outfielder Milton Bradley and his wife, Monique, to resolve their differences without going to court has been rescheduled for March 30.
The hearing had been set for today. But Bradley was with the Mariners in Peoria, and a spokesman for the Attorney’s office said that Bradley had asked for the hearing to be rescheduled.
Spokesman Frank Mateljan said it is routine for defense counsel to ask for a change in schedule.
And it works better for Bradley’s Mariner schedule as Seattle plays an exhibition game that night against the Dodgers in Los Angeles.
Bradley was arrested on suspicion of making threats against a woman. But instead of charging Bradley, the Attorney’s Office has opted for a private meeting for the two to resolve their differences, the expectation being that that could be the end of the case.
The Mariners have said consistently they will not comment on the issue, and Bradley has also declined comment.
This matter is separate from a story that arose last week that Bradley had been accused of spousal abuse in divorce papers.

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