Habeas Corpus SCOTUS

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28 U.S. Code § 671 –  The Supreme Court may appoint and fix the compensation of a clerk and one or more deputy clerks. The clerk shall be subject to removal by the Court. Deputy clerks shall be subject to removal by the clerk with the approval of the Court or the Chief Justice of the United States.

28 U.S. Code § 2071 Rule-making power generally

(a)   The Supreme Court and all courts established by Act of Congress may from time to time prescribe rules for the conduct of their business. Such rules shall be consistent with Acts of Congress . . . https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/28/2071

Writ of Habeas Corpus is the quickest way to determine the constitutionality of a criminal law that put you in federal custody. Being in federal custody is seizure of person and deprivation of liberty, freedom from physical restraint. This is an Article III Case and contoversy.

The rules of the SCOTUS for habeas corpus are inconsistent with acts of Congress.

The order to respond to a writ of habeas corpus is from a justice of SCOTUS, not this Court

The “court" in 20.4.(b) refers to the district court in 28 U.S.C § 2243.

SCOTUS Rules 20.4.(b) for writ of Habeas Corpus is inconsistent with federal law, 28 U..S.C. § 2243






SCOTUS Rule 20 (4)(a). A petition seeking a writ of habeas corpus shall comply with the requirements of 28 U. S. C. §§ 2241 and 2242.


28 U.S. Code § 2241 (a) Writs of habeas corpus may be granted by the                 Supreme Court, any justice thereof, the district courts and any circuit             judge within their respective jurisdictions.


28 U.S. Code § 2242 If addressed to the Supreme Court, a justice                     thereof or a circuit judge . . .


28 U.S. Code § 2243 A court, justice or judge entertaining an application for               a writ of habeas corpus shall forthwith award the writ or issue an order                     directing the respondent to show cause why the writ should not be granted,               unless it appears from the application that the applicant or person detained               is not entitled thereto.


Rule 20.4.(b).b) Habeas corpus proceedings are ex parte, unless the Court                     requires the respondent to show cause why the petition for a writ of habeas                   corpus should not be granted. A response, if ordered, shall comply fully                         with Rule 15. Neither the denial of the petition, without more, nor an order of               transfer to a district court under the authority of 28 U. S. C. §2241(b), is an                   adjudication on the merits, and therefore does not preclude further application             to another court for the relief sought.



             Rule 20(5). The Clerk will distribute the documents to the Court for its consideration . . .  when a response under subparagraph 4.(b). has been ordered and fled, when the time to file has expired, or when the right to file has been expressly waived.



SCOTUS Rules 1954



1. The petition in any proceeding seeking the issuance of a writ by this court authorized by 28 U. S. C. § 1651 (a) or 28 U. S. C. § 2241 shall be prefaced by a motion for leave to file such petition, and both shall be printed. All contentions in support of the petition shall be included in the petition. The case will be placed upon the miscellaneous docket when forty copies of the printed

            5. If the petition seeks issuance of an original writ of habeas corpus, it shall comply with the requirements of 28 U. S. c. § 2242, and in particular with the last paragraph thereof; . . . Proceedings under this paragraph will be ex parte, unless the court requires the respondent to show cause why leave to file the petition for a writ of habeas corpus should not be granted



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