The High Court in Manchester has finished hearing evidence in the claim by Lincolnshire's Chief Constable for a judicial review into the decision for him to be suspended earlier this year. Neil Rhodes was removed from his post by the Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Hardwick in February.
Judge Justice Stuart-Smith said the dispute boiled down to "a case of integrity" and adjourned the hearing until tomorrow morning when he plans to give his verdict.
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