A former school board member accused of placing a hidden camera in a locker room was acquitted Wednesday of an improper video charge but convicted of a charge related to audio recording.
Former Argyle school district board member Wendee Long was accused of recording a halftime conversation by Argyle girls basketball coach Lelon "Skip" Townsend in February 2012.
"The fight for Wendee Long is not over," her attorney, Barry Sorrels, said in a statement. "We're happy the jury acquitted her on count one, the improper photography count, and we will appeal the verdict on count two and continue the fight at the Court of Appeals."
Prosecutors said Long hoped to record Townsend being verbally abusive to the players and get him fired.
Long's daughter alleged taped an iPhone inside a locker room to get the recording, prosecutors said. She has not been charged in the case.
Long served on the Argyle ISD school board from 2009 to 2012. She also served as principal at Wayside Middle School in the Eagle Mountain-Saginaw school district.
NBC 5's Brian Scott contributed to this report.