DETROIT (WXYZ) - He could be the most damaging witness ins the case against Kwame Kilpatrick. This morning former aide and long-time friend Derrick Miller is set to take the stand.
Miller was once charged as part of the Kilpatrick Enterprice but took a plea deal in exchange of his testimony against Kilpatrick.
Miller's plea deal dtails a $10,000 cash bribe he allegedly gave to Kilpatrick in a restaurant bathroom.
As with many other high-profile witnesses, Miller's testimony could take several days and he will face aggressive cross-examination.
Stay with WXYZ.com for a live blog of courtroom action.
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