It’s not over until it’s over.

Despite the fact that the order by Superior Court Judge Allen Baddour ordering the release of the body-worn camera (BWC) videos from Dec. 28, 2023 at the home of Greensboro City Manager Tai Jaiyeoba has been signed, the case might not be over yet.

The court order requires the Greensboro Police Department (GPD) to release the BWC videos of the police who responded to 911 calls reporting domestic violence at Jaiyeoba’s home by Monday March 4.

However, according to an email from the court, “Attorney James Quander has filed a Motion to Intervene in his matter and has scheduled the same for next Monday, March 4.”

Quander reportedly filed the motion on behalf of Jaiyeoba.

Quander is a criminal defense attorney who is “of counsel” with the law firm Womble Bond Dickinson in Winston-Salem.

According to the Womble Bond Dickinson website, “His practice focuses on complex criminal litigation, including multi-count, multi-defendant criminal conspiracies, murder, sexual misconduct and white-collar cases.”

In the hearing on the request by the News & Record that the BWC videos of the incident at Jaiyeoba’s home be released, attorneys from the Greensboro city attorney’s office opposed the release.

After Baddour ruled that the BWC videos be released to the News & Record, Chief Deputy City Attorney Tony Baker asked that the hearing be reconvened for the city “to present additional arguments to the Court in light of the Court having seen the videos.”

This request to reconvene the hearing was denied by Baddour, and the original ruling giving the city 21 days to release the BWC videos was reduced to 14 days with the deadline of Monday, March 4.

Baker later asked the court to delay the release date to March 11 “to allow counsel to discuss this matter with the City Council at the next scheduled meeting on March 5.”

In the order signed by Baddour, the release date is March 4.

Amiel Rossabi, who, as the attorney for the Greensboro Police Officers Association, represents the six Greensboro police officers whose BWC videos are the subject of the court case, has objected to the date of the hearing requested by Quander.

Rossabi has advocated for the full release of the BWC videos.