Hudson stated in her resume that she had attended classes at Concord University, causing board members to believe she had obtained a degree when in fact she had not, Mincer said during the hearing.
Mincer also argued that Hudson had stated she was chairwoman of a professional committee with the Charleston Area Alliance, which turned out to be untrue.
Brown countered by saying Hudson told board members she had not obtained a degree from Concord during an interview. Instead, the board opted to fire Hudson after employees at the center looked at her Facebook profile.
The profile indicated that Hudson was in a relationship with another woman, Brown said.
Mincer would not comment on Webster's ruling on the motion to dismiss the counts. He said discussing pending litigation violated attorney ethics.
"There is a civil litigation process in place for this," Mincer said.
Charleston City Council had previously funded the Bob Burdette Center because it runs after-school programs at four different locations throughout the city.
However, council members unanimously voted to pass a 2012-2013 budget that did not include any funding for the center.
Council also voted to withhold $13,500 allocated in 2011.
Charleston Mayor Danny Jones believes the Bob Burdette Center owes Hudson for firing her just days after she had turned in her two-week notice to her pervious employer.
"We'll see what happens in the trial," Jones said.
However, Jones will still not support funding the center no matter what happens in Webster's courtroom, he said.
Jones said he would not support funding the center because he believes board members discriminated against Hudson because of her perceived sexual orientation.