The developments in the Araguz case are coming fast and furiously. During Day Two of the TTNS a press release was compiled in support of Ms. Araguz that will be released as soon as it is ready.
One welcome development is that longtime attorney and the grandmother of the trans movement here in H-town Phyllis R. Frye has been hired as Nikki Araguz's attorney.
Frye runs a firm here in Houston that covers all facets of the law, but is well known as being one of the leading authorities on trans law.
If she releases any Phyllabusters of note, I'll post them to the blog.
The first round of this case will take place on Friday, and I and a lot of people in the Houston area and the Lone Star State are less anxious about it knowing that one of our best legal gunslingers is on the case.