New Rochelle mayor will not face criminal charges after DA's review

The district attorney's review into New Rochelle’s mayor is now closed, and Mayor Noam Bramson will not face any criminal charges.

News 12 Staff

Dec 19, 2022, 10:47 PM

Updated 518 days ago

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New Rochelle mayor will not face criminal charges after DA's review
The district attorney's review into New Rochelle’s mayor is now closed, and Mayor Noam Bramson will not face any criminal charges.
The review stemmed from a report by the city's Ethics Board that he violated the city charter when he tried to be appointed development commissioner by the city manager.
In a statement made on Monday, Westchester DA Mimi Rocah says her team reviewed the board's opinion, which included a review of all witnesses who appeared before them.
She says they determined there was insufficient evidence to support criminal charges.
When the board's report was released, Bramson said he disagreed with several statements. He said he would be more cautious in conversations about personnel issues going forward.


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