Ensure equal access to court for all and protection from judicial retaliation
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Courts in the U.S., including the U.S. Supreme Court, created unreasonable rules restricting or barring access to court.
Those rules (1) condition e-filing on attorney status, (2) restrict page limit in constitutional arguments, (3) impose printing and booklet, typesetting and multiple copy requirements for filings (U.S. Supreme Court) that cost litigants additionally thousands of dollars in costs and make appeals to the U.S. Supreme Court impossible for the majority of litigants in the United States, (4) relegate civil rights appeals to not-so diligent "summary", "non-precedential" review, (5) punish litigants and their attorneys for constitutional arguments, (6) suspend and disbar civil rights attorneys for raising constitutional arguments that judges do not like, and that especially concerns criticism of the judiciary.
This petition requests the U.S. Congress to introduce legislation, Civil Rights Protection Act that would eliminate all such rules unreasonably burdening access to courts. Since courts adamantly refuse to abide by their constitutional oath of office and punish litigants and their attorneys for constitutional arguments in court, federal legislation is desperately needed to (1) lift judicial immunity for such retaliative actions and to (2) prohibit any and all sanctions by state or federal government officials imposed in response to constitutional arguments raised in court or administrative proceedings.
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