Crystal Eschert (right) and her attorney Meg Maloney speak to reporters in May after a jury awarded her $1.5 million in a whistleblower case.
Crystal Eschert (right) and her attorney Meg Maloney speak to reporters in May after a jury awarded her $1.5 million in a whistleblower case. Steve Harrison/sharrison@charlotteobserver.com
Crystal Eschert (right) and her attorney Meg Maloney speak to reporters in May after a jury awarded her $1.5 million in a whistleblower case. Steve Harrison/sharrison@charlotteobserver.com

If attorney fees granted, city bill in whistleblower case could hit nearly $3 million

June 21, 2017 11:17 AM

UPDATED June 21, 2017 06:57 PM

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