|By Matt Helms, Detroit Free Press|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
A lawyer for city creditor
"This is not a deliberate or intentional violation of the court's order," Irwin said.
Rhodes ordered both sides to come to an agreement on how to resolve the dispute.
"In the court's view this is a major problem that needs to be solved today," Rhodes said.
Irwin told the judge that there were about 120 documents inadvertently included, and that not all of them contain sensitive information.
In addition, today is the deadline for objections to the plan of adjustment to be filed with the court. Several are expected to be filed.
Rhodes called a break just after noon. The hearings are to resume at 1:30.
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