Constable Alan Rosen Wins Big in Federal Court Lawsuit
HBC NEWSPAPER REPORTS©
A few weeks ago, Houston Business Connections Newspaper© wrote about what appeared to be a political hit job against Constable Alan Rosen. Specifically, we questioned the timing of a recent federal lawsuit against the popular Rosen just as he was being talked about as one of the top contenders for the Harris County Sheriff’s position.
Well, this week a federal judge ruled in favor of Rosen and dismissed all claims against him — meaning the Constable is no longer a defendant in the suit. Court records show that Rosen is the only defendant who was dismissed from the suit before it ever gained any traction. This is a huge win for Rosen because it signals to the public what we suspected all along — the lawsuit was simply politically motivated and Constable Rosen should never have had his good name and work besmirched like this. No matter what you might think about lawsuits, they should never be used simply to ruin a person’s name. We at Houston Business Connections Newspaper© applaud this victory for Constable Rosen!!!
When Constable Rosen was asked about the judge’s ruling that dismissed him from the lawsuit, he said, “I am grateful the Honorable Judge Kenneth Hoyt ruled so quickly on my motion to dismiss all claims filed against me. This ruling allows me to continue to dedicate my energies toward serving the public in whatever position I have been entrusted to serve.” With this court win Constable Rosen has cemented his rightful position to be the top finalist for the next sheriff of Harris County.
Constable Rosen was represented in the federal lawsuit by Attorneys Benjamin L. Hall, III and Bill Helfand.
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