Butler v. Social Security Administration Commissioner

Filing 3

ORDER granting 2 Motion for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis and directing the complaint be filed nunc pro tunc as of January 5, 2009. The plaintiff is directed to serve a copy of the complaint and this order on the defendant by certified mail, r eturn receipt requested, as well as the US Attorney General and US Attorney for Western District/Arkansas without prepayment of fees and costs. Defendant is to answer within 60 days from date of service. Signed by Honorable James R. Marschewski on January 6, 2009. (lw)

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IN TIII UNITEDSTATES DISTRICT COURT WESTERN DIST'RICT ARKANSN S OF SMITHDIVISION I'ORT D A N I E I ,PAUI,BUTLER PLAII'TTIF,F " * u ^ " . o0A Q1-3 M r c H A F rJ, A$Lnus, C0MMI$stoNER . S o c I ^ I , St'CURITY ADMINIS.U{A'I.ION DEFENT)AN'I. ORDER submitted complaint filing in this district, fot Plaintiffhas a with a request leave together for in.firmapaupen Aflet review, foundthatplaintiffis unahle payfor thecosts s. to of to procecd itis com me n c e meofsuit and,acoordingly, followingordcrisentered 06thdayofJanuary nt the this 2009: pauperis l T IS HEREBYORDERED plaintiffsmotionfor leavc proceed is to that rir/orma g r a n t c d Theclerkis hereby . pro direcled file thc cotxplaint to nune luncasofJanuary 5,2009. Addi ti o n a l l ythecourthereby , filed hercin, directs a copyof thecomplaint that alongwith a copyof this order,he sewedby the plaintitTbycertifiedmail,tetum receiptrequested, the defendant, on Admini$tration, wcll asMichael Mukascy, Mich a c lJ. Astrue, Commissioner, Security as B. Sooial U.S.AttomeyGencral, Murk Webb,Assistant and of U,S. Attomcy,withoutprepayment feesand cosls seourity thcrefor.Thodefendant orderetl answcr is within sixty (60)daysfrom thedate or to of seruice. I 1 ' I SSOORDERED. /ES 'o* lefi*'dpffifr%'*'fif tJ JAN E?OOg OLEBK CHRISJO+IN$OI'I, R. DEPIfiYd.ffiK H O N ,JAMESR. MARSCHEWSKI MACISTRATE JUDGE LTNITED S]'ATES B\I

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