Martin v. Department of Homeland Security

 
DOCKET NO.
OP. BELOW
SUBJECT
Pro Se

Question(s) Presented

  1. “[Whether] the 4th [A]mendment to the [C]onstitution of the United States protects speech in my personally rented hotel room[,] my home for the period of rental time.”
  2. “[Whether] the United States Labor Management Relation Statute (5USC71) protects all Federal Bargaining Unit Employee Members speech during a Union meeting, including the speech of their [e]lected [u]nion [o]fficials.”
  3. “[Whether] the 1st [A]mendment to the [C]onstitution of the United States protects opinionated speech in my personally rented hotel room[,] my home for the period of rental time.”
  4. “[Whether] the United States Federal Circuit Court of Appeals [v]iolated its own long standing precedent setting case decisions that now require[] this [C]ourt to exercise its supervisory powers.”
  5. “[Whether] the United States Federal Circuit Court of Appeals [v]iolated this [C]ourts’ long standing precedent setting case decisions that now require[] this [C]ourt to exercise its supervisory powers.”

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Date
Proceedings and Orders
August 26, 2020
DISTRIBUTED for Conference of 9/29/2020.