Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr will spend a second day on the witness stand today, one day after historic, and slippery, testimony from Gov. Rick Snyder.
Orr will continue his quest at 9 a.m. to convince U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes that the city is insolvent and that he negotiated in good faith with creditors but could not secure concessions that would keep Detroit out of bankruptcy court.
The trial will determine whether Detroit is eligible for Chapter 9 bankruptcy relief. If not, expect chaos, Orr said Monday.
“If we do not go through Chapter 9, Orr warned, “this city will continue to fail.”