Does this Court’s decision in United States v. Georgia, 546U. S. 151 (2006); United States v. Georgia, et., al, 120 Fed.Appx. 785, concerning a State’s Immunity to suit brought bya disabled, pro se litigant, hold to the same findings when thedisabled Plaintiff is pro se and not in prison?
Assuming “denial of the statutory right of appeal is aviolation of the Equal Protection Clause of the FourteenthAmendment” As this Court held in Cochran v. Kansas, 316U. S. 255; is it also considered a violation to deny an Appealof a Final Ruling in Probate and Superior Courts, when thePlaintiff attempting to Appeal, paid for the Appeal, but is both disabled, and forced to proceed as Pro Se due to beingdenied State Federally Funded Programs that are supposedto protect his Rights?
Is the same “four-factor inquiry” used in Manders, 338 F.3d(2003) at 1390, “To determine whether the defendant … actsas an arm of the state” used to determine whether or notCounty Probate Courts, Probate Clerks, State Court entities,Solicitor’s Offices are arms of the state as well?