A judge is expected to rule how much ex-Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick should be paying each month toward his $1 million court-ordered restitution to the city of Detroit.
Kilpatrick is required to appear in the afternoon hearing before Wayne County Circuit Court Judge David Groner.
Kilpatrick says he has lowered his restitution payments from $6,000 to $3,000 because his pay as a salesman for Dallas-based Covisint has decreased.
Prosecutors say he has been untruthful about his finances and want Groner to order Kilpatrick to pay a $225,000 lump sum. They also accuse him of violating his probation.
Groner has said he won't address the probation violation issue, which could land Kilpatrick back in jail where he spent 99 days as part of pleas in two criminal cases.