Evans v. Social Security Administration Commissioner

Filing 3

ORDER granting 2 Motion for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis. The plaintiff is directed to serve a copy of the complaint and this order on the defendant by certified mail, return 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 February 18, 2009. (lw)

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IN THE IJNITEDSTATESDISTRICTCOI.JRT WESTERN DISTRICTOF ARKANSAS F O R TSMITIIDIVISION EVANS ITEBECCA PLATNTIFF c i v i t ND . - e D l o o9 M I C H A E LJ. ASTRUE,CoMMISSI0NER AT)MINISTRATION S o c I A I , SECIIRITY DEFENDANT ORDER for Plaintiffhas submitted oomplaint filing in thisdistrict, a for together with a request Ieave ol rn/onr a pauperis.After review,it is foundthatplainti{fis unable payfor thecosts to to proceed the this com me n o e meoft suit and,aooordingly, followingorderis entered lSth dayof February n 2009: is in.firmapauperis IT IS HEREBYORDHREII plaintiffsmotionfor leave proceed that to directs that grante dTheclerkis hereby . directed file thecomplaint. to Additiorrally, cout hereby the alongwith a copyof this ordcr,bc served theplaintiffby by a oopyof the coftplainl filed herein, Social mail,returnrccoipt requosted, thetlefendant, on MichaelJ, Astrue, Commissioncr, certified B. U.S.AttorneyGencral, Mark Webb, and Administtatiofl, well asMichael Mukasey, as Security offeesandcosts seourity or therofor,Thedeferrdant Assi s ta fllJ.S.Attomey,withoutprcpayment t withifl sixty (60)daysfiom thc dateofscrvicc. to is ordered flflswer IT IS SOORDE.RED. /ES #rrDdpt#,af'oo,rfit,. t ro, FEB $200e I C H f i J S Sq{,CLERK ff.Jor DEPIIfffl.BK JUDCE ST AT ESMAGISTRATE

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