As expected, a judge will decide whether or not to release controversial South Bend police recordings.
The tapes allegedly contain racist and defamatory statements and led to the demotion of former Police Chief Darryl Boykins and the firing of Communications Director Karen Depaepe.
Last month, the common council used its powers to subpoena the tapes.
Mayor Pete Buttigieg had 30 days to release them, but all he did was ask the federal courts to weigh in.
On Friday, the council's attorney filed a motion to compel with the subpoena in circuit court.
A hearing is scheduled for Monday.