Under the deal, six months of good behavior would have left Oakley with a clean record.
Assistant District Attorney Ryan Lipes on Friday offered Oakley an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal — an agreement that would lead to charges being dropped if Oakley stays out of trouble for a set time and complies with an unspecified order of protection.
Oakley, through attorney Alex Spiro, rejected that offer and requested a trial.
Oakley, 53, was charged with assault, aggravated harassment, criminal trespass and harassment after being ejected from a February 8 game at MSG.
A tentative start date for Oakley’s trail against James Dolan has been set for August 4.