Supreme Court of Texas denies opponent’s petition for review.

E+B successfully defended an appeal of a jury verdict in favor of its client. The plaintiff sued our clients, the local county judge and county commissioners, for improper removal from office. The jury determined that removal was appropriate pursuant to the Texas Constitution’s “resign-to-run rule,” because the plaintiff had announced his candidacy for another elected position in the county. The Court of Appeals affirmed the judgment of the trial court. The plaintiff then filed a petition for review in the Supreme Court of Texas. E+B submitted a brief, and the Court denied plaintiff’s petition for review.