Widow's response

August 2010
East Bernard Express (TX);8/5/2010, Vol. 67 Issue 31, p1
The article offers information on two motions filed by attorney Darrell Steidly, with one to dismiss a lawsuit aiming to annul the marriage of Nikki Araguz on the basis that she was once a man and the other seeking to claim the remaining 58,000 dollars of a 60,000-check as a benefit for Araguz from the Texas Emergency Retirement System.


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