Two former state Supreme Court justices — and one new bride — plan to team up to tackle cases together.

Former Justice Hardy Gregory Jr., who left the court in 1989, and former Chief Justice George Carley, who retired from the court this week, say they won’t be forming a formal partnership. But, along with Gregory’s wife, Antoinette “Toni” Davis Gregory, they plan to work together in offering their services to other lawyers looking for some extra help.

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