Bradley was scheduled for a court hearing earlier this week. That was changed and he'll have a meeting with the prosecutor's office early next month.
Bradley's attorney, Harland Braun, released a statement through the Mariners on Friday stating that Bradley would not be charged following his Jan. 19 arrest on a domestic violence allegation.
Frank Mateljan, spokesman for the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office, says it's not an absolute that Bradley won't be charged. A determination will be made after the March meeting.
In his statement, Braun says Bradley and his wife and children continue to live together.