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Ex-Judge Gets Jail Time for Violating Probation

May 10, 2000

VENTURA — Former Judge Robert C. Bradley on Tuesday was ordered to serve 34 days in jail for violating the terms of his probation by drinking alcohol.

Bradley, 59, who has already served two jail sentences for alcohol-related arrests in recent years, appeared upset as Judge Denise de Bellefeuille handed down the sentence in Santa Barbara County Superior Court.

With deputies waiting to take him into custody, Bradley asked the judge to give him a few hours to "get his affairs in order." De Bellefeuille agreed and told Bradley to turn himself in to authorities by 9 p.m. Tuesday.

"For God's sake," she warned, "don't drink any alcohol between now and 9 p.m."

Bradley then asked the judge to allow him, because of his former position as a Superior Court judge, to serve his sentence at a Ventura County jail, where he would be isolated from other inmates. But de Bellefeuille, who took the case because of a conflict by Bradley's former colleagues in Ventura County, refused.

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