LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS 11)--An expert witness claims issues with the Trustees at U of L can impact their accreditation.
Governor Matt Bevin's attorney moved to prevent the testimony claiming it has no bearing on the case.
The judge allowed testimony a former university president who worked for the agency that oversees the U of L accreditation process.
She said schools who face unnecessary political influence can lose the status that can impact financial aid and the ability to transfer credits and graduates to receive professional licenses.
At focus is Governor Bevin's reorganization of the board of trustees.
Testimony should wrap Sept.15 with a decision by the judge expected sometime in October.