CHICAGO -- Detroit’s bankruptcy eligibility trial will continue into next week after five days of testimony in which Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and Detroit emergency manager Kevyn Orr sparred with creditor attorneys but revealed little fresh information.

The city and Judge Steven Rhodes had hoped to wrap up the trial by Tuesday. But Orr, the city’s final witness, was still being cross-examined by the end of court proceedings Tuesday, and will return to the stand next Monday.

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