Topeka — After more than a week of testimony, the disciplinary hearing for former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline is winding down.
The hearing is expected to end Wednesday after three more witnesses testify.
Three members of the state Board for Discipline of Attorneys are investigating a complaint that Kline misled state officials and mishandled patients' medical records while investigating abortion clinics when he was attorney general and Johnson County district attorney.
While testifying on Tuesday, Kline said his investigation was the right thing to do and he would do it all again.
The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that disciplinary administrator Stanton Hazlett officially ended his case after Kline testified.
Kline's attorneys then filed a motion seeking to dismiss the case. It isn't known when the disciplinary panel will issue a ruling.