Author: Ron Fonger | rfonger1@mlive.com

FLINT, MI — One way or another, Rick Snyder will answer questions under oath about his role in the Flint water crisis in a federal courtroom on June 30.And if, as expected, the former governor invokes his Fifth Amendment right not to incriminate himself, attorneys involved in the civil bellwether trial will turn to the next-best thing — hours of previously unheard videotaped deposition testimony given by Snyder two years ago.Attorneys for Veolia North America said Wednesday, June 22, that they intend to call Snyder to the witness stand on June 30 and an attorney for Snyder told MLive-The Flint…

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