Kilpatrick's defense team called no witnesses Wednesday after the prosecution finished presenting its evidence before Wayne County Circuit Judge David Groner, the Detroit Free Press reported.
Groner has three options -- leave the probation unchanged, tighten the terms, or revoke it and jail Kilpatrick, the newspaper said.
Kilpatrick is charged with failure to make a $79,011 restitution payment in February; not providing full financial accounting for himself and his wife, Carlita Kilpatrick; failure to turn over his tax refunds, pensions and political funds; and not disclosing the sources of his restitution payments, court documents said.
Kilpatrick, who pleaded guilty to obstruction-of-justice charges arising from a text-messaging scandal in 2008, agreed to pay $1 million in restitution to the city of Detroit.
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