Anderson v. Social Security Administration
ORDER finding the 9 Objection to Report and Recommendations filed by Joseph N Anderson to be without merit. The complaint is dismissed. Signed by Judge James M. Moody on 6/18/12. (kpr)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
JOSEPH N. ANDERSON
CASE NO. 4:12CV0092 JMM
MICHAEL J. ASTRUEI, Commissioner,
Social Security Administration
On May 10, 2012, Magistrate Judge Jerome T. Kearney submitted to the Court Proposed
Findings and Recommended Disposition in which he stated that Plaintiff’s complaint seeking to
overturn the Social Security Administration’s denial of his request for Social Security Disability
should be dismissed as untimely. Objections to this recommendation were due by May 29, 2012.
Plaintiff is represented by Counsel.
Plaintiff’s pro se objections to the Magistrate Judge’s Report and Recommendation
arrived in the Court’s chambers on June 1, 2012. These letter objections were forwarded to the
Clerk of the Court to be filed as a matter of record on June 4, 2012. On that same date, before
the objections were brought to the attention of the Court and before they were filed into the
record, the Court issued an Order and Judgment adopting the Magistrate Judge’s report as its
own, and stated in that Order that no objections had been filed. The Clerk of the Court filed the
objections on June 5, 2012.
The Court has now reviewed those objections and finds them to be without merit. The
June 4, 2012 Order adopting the proposed findings and recommendations is changed to state that
pro se objections have been filed; however, the Court’s decision to adopt the findings and
recommendations dismissing the complaint as untimely remains the same. The complaint is
IT IS SO ORDERED THIS 18
June , 2012.
James M. Moody
United States District Judge
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