There is - I've heard - a law called the U.S. Constitution.
There is - I've heard - a clause within that law called the Supremacy Clause, trumping any inconsistent law and making it void, or a nullity (like in "zero").
Now, what happened if your constitutional rights are violated, let's say, in the blessed state of New York, this state,
- where authorities ask people, through billboards by the road, to report corruption;
- where its Chief Judge asks you, with a smile, to notify you what is wrong with the state court system
- You would report to her that New York State courts (starting with herself) are corrupt - so that she would do what? - see comments in the blog linked in the previuos "bullet", about "report corruption".
Instead, it requires filing "typographically typeset" by certain companies (I wonder what kind of hunting trips they go to with the heads of those companies).