NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (WIVB) - A Niagara Falls mother hoped to see her son's killer sentenced Monday, but she will have to wait a little longer. Matthew Davis was found guilty by a jury on two counts of felony murder. The victim's family found out last week that Davis filed a 330 motion, which means Davis wanted to set aside the verdict to talke procedure of the case's handling.
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In August of 2011, the 37-year-old Davis was found to have caused the death of 41-year-old Antoine Bradberry. Prosecutors argued Davis tried robbing Bradberry at his Rainbow Boulevard apartment, a fight ensued and during the struggle, Bradberry had an incident from his hypertensive cardiovascular disease and died.
In court, Davis' attorney argued a variety of the handlings of the case including: testimony, and where the alternate jurors were seated. The victim's mother said Monday was all about delaying the inevitable.
Janice Bradberry said, "It's just another ploy for the accused to stay at the country club." Janice was asked what she is hoping for, she responded, "He's going to do time for taking my son's life."
Davis will be back in court and will be sentenced for felony murder on April 18th. He could receive 25 years to life in prison.
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