The former president of Hudson City Savings Institution, who resigned after being arrested for a domestic fight with his wife, was convicted last week of assault.
Edward A. Brablc was sentenced by a village judge to 30 days in a county jail and fined $1,000 for the misdemeanor charge, despite pleas from Mr. Brablc's attorney and his wife not to prosecute or convict him.
The former president of the $591 million-asset thrift was convicted of hitting his wife, who is employed at another thrift, in a March 10 fight at their home. Two bones under her left eye were broken, according to the Albany Times-Union. Evidence indicated that the couple actually exchanged swings, the newspaper reported.
The judge stayed the sentence until July 15 to allow time for an appeal.