Andrew Gregson


Andrew Gregson, Esq., known to his peers and colleagues as Andy, serves as the elected District Attorney for District 37, Randolph County. Before being elected he served as a prosecutor with the District Attorney’s Office for twenty-two years.

Mr. Gregson is a native of Randolph County and grew up in Randleman. He attended The Citadel on a U.S. Air Force scholarship and graduated in 1985. Gregson proceeded to Campbell Law School, then located in Buies Creek, and graduated in 1988. He was admitted to the N.C. Bar and served active duty as a member of the JAG Corps until 1992.
Gregson previously served as police attorney for the High Point Police Department and as an Assistant District Attorney for Prosecutorial District 19B. He earned the title of Chief Assistant District Attorney under District Attorney Garland Yates and was elected district attorney in 2016. Most recently, Mr. Gregson earned the Gilchrist Award, named for Peter S. Gilchrist, III, a former Mecklenburg County District Attorney. The award was presented by the North Carolina Bar Association Criminal Justice Section and served as recognition of his over 15 years of continuous practice as a prosecutor while having an exemplary record and reputation within the legal community, and abiding by the highest ethical standards.

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