Whether the defendants violated various state and federal laws by such alleged conduct as denying meaningful access for party representatives to observe the counting of votes, treating one class of Michigan voters (in person voters) differently than another class of Michigan voters (absentee/mail-in voters), and permitting widespread voter fraud due to the use of Dominion voting machines and software; Whether the defendants' alleged conduct should result in the decertification of the Presidential election results in Michigan
City of Detroit's Motion to Intervene 11/27/20
Amended Complaint 11/29/20
Emergency Motion for Temporary Restraining Order 11/29/20
Opinion and Order Denying Plaintiffs' Emergency Motion for Injunctive Relief 12/7/20
Plaintiffs' Notice of Appeal 12/8/20
Petition for Writ of Certiorari to U.S. Supreme Court 12/11/20
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