A Durham, N.C., officer who was fired Wednesday as a result of an overtime scandal is not going out without a fight.
"She plans to vehemently defend herself against any allegations of wrongdoing," said her attorney, James "Butch" Williams Jr.
Alesha Robinson-Taylor has been on administrative leave with pay since Sept. 30 when a city audit into her claims of overtime was released. She plans to file a grievance and "exhaust all of her administrative remedies," said Williams, who declined to comment further citing an ongoing state investigation.
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