CHICAGO — Attorneys will present closing arguments Friday in Detroit's court battle to enter Chapter 9 bankruptcy, capping an eight-day trial that centered on whether the city negotiated in good faith with its creditors.

Creditors fighting the city's eligibility called high-profile witnesses to testify, including Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder, former Treasurer Andy Dillon and top Snyder aide Richard Baird. The city called Detroit emergency manager Kevyn Orr, who spent the longest amount of time on the stand under questioning — nearly three days.

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