NC Court of Appeals rules in favor of former GPD chief

In a decision issued this morning, the NC Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of former Greensboro Police Chief David Wray in his ongoing and complicated legal battle with the city following his resignation in 2006. In this case, the court—in a 2-1 split decision—reversed the decision of a lower court ruling that dismissed Wray’s claims for reimbursement for “substantial litigation expenses” related to various lawsuits filed over the years.

Because the appeals court decision was split, expect the city to appeal to the N.C. Supreme Court.

Sam Hieb / Contributing Editor

Sam Hieb is freelance journalist from Greensboro, North Carolina. He is a contributing editor for Carolina Journal and for Piedmont Publius, a blog that focuses on political a...

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