DETROIT (WKZO) -- Money was the focus during the first day of testimony in the federal trial of former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick. The court heard from a witness representing the Internal Revenues Service, local bank employees and members of the mayor's executive protection unit
Authorities say Kilpatrick made 172-thousand dollars as the Mayor of Detroit, however he deposited more than half-a-million dollars into separate accounts. Witnesses say that Kilpatrick often brought cash to the bank to pay bills.
Testimony in the case continues.