Bradley verdict to be handed down Thursday
Georgetown — Judge William C. Carpenter will hand down his verdict in the case against Lewes pediatrician Earl Bradley at 3 p.m., Thursday, June 23, in Sussex County Superior Court in Georgetown.
Bradley stands accused of 24 counts of rape, assault and sexual exploitation of his child patients. If convicted, Bradley could serve life in prison.
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