Huh? Your question makes absolutely no sense whatsoever.
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you don't. If something illegal is going on you could sue for injunctive and declaratory relief for constitutional violations. The findings would be binding on the state court.
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You need to hire an attorney to straighten out your arguments. You discuss too many things in a disorganized way. Transfer implies you are already in state court. You do not have an automatic right to transfer to federal court.
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