Michigan’s top doctor, Eden Wells, will be in a Flint courtroom Monday. The hearing will determine whether she'll go to trial on charges related to the Flint water crisis.
Dr. Wells is Chief Medical Executive in the state health department.
Wells is charged with “obstruction of justice” and “lying to an officer” in connection with a Legionnaires' disease outbreak during Flint’s tap water crisis.
Wells allegedly lied when she claimed she had no knowledge of the outbreak until September 2015, when she actually was aware of it six months earlier.