District Attorney Andrew Gregson

District Attorney Andrew Gregson

District Attorney Andrew M. Gregson is a native of Randolph County growing up in Randleman, NC. He attended college on a United States Air Force scholarship, graduating from The Citadel, in 1985. He was commissioned upon graduation as an officer in the United States Air Force. Mr. Gregson then graduated from the Campbell University School of Law and was admitted to the N.C. Bar in 1988 and served on active duty as a member of the Judge Advocates General Corps until 1992. During this time he was a base level prosecutor and a special prosecutor handling serious courts martial at U.S. Air Force bases.

Prior to starting work with the District Attorney’s Office Mr. Gregson was Police Attorney for the High Point Police Department. He began work as an Assistant District Attorney for Prosecutorial District 19B in March of 1994. Mr. Gregson served as the Chief Assistant District Attorney to then District Attorney Garland Yates until his election in 2016. During his service in the District Attorney’s Office he prosecuted all types of serious cases in Superior Court, including death penalty first degree murder cases, as well as handled all investigations of the use of force by law enforcement. He also managed the day to day operations of the District Attorney’s Office for many years.

Mr. Gregson has been married to Dustie Helser Gregson since 1987 and they have three sons: Luke, Cole and Jacob.

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