On day one of a removal hearing, several witnesses testified what it was like working with Sheriff Tuhy.
Witnesses such as a county commissioner, two sheriff's deputies and Dickinson's former chief of police answered questions about the department and the sheriff himself: his means of discipline, spending and use of county property.
Commissioner Duane Wolf says he started getting complaints about Tuhy back in 2003.
Former police chief Chuck Rummel says he also got complaints from several departments in the law enforcement center.
Tuhy's defense attorney says there have been no complaints from the dispatch department for three years.
He also says that after the county hired the Vogel Law firm, they found Tuhy has broken no laws.
The removal hearing will continue Wednesday.