(WXYZ) — Former Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder was in court via video call for a pre-trial hearing Tuesday on charges related to the Flint Water Crisis.
Last week, the Michigan Attorney General's Office announced charges against Snyder and eight other former Michigan public officials.
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Snyder was charged with two counts of willful neglect of duty for his alleged role in the Flint Water Crisis. He was arraigned and given a $10,000 personal bond for each count with conditions he personally appears for all standard court hearings. He has pleaded not guilty on the charges.
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Snyder and Howard Croft, the former City of Flint Public Works director, were in court starting at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday. Croft is also charged with two counts of willful neglect of duty.