Delaney v. Social Security Administration Commissioner

Filing 4

ORDER granting 3 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 10, 2010. (lw)

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I N THE I-INITED STAT]JS DIS'I'RIL]'| L]0IJRT W T , S ' I ' H RDISTRICT ARKANSN N OF S I I O R ' ISMI'|H DIVISION ' S H E ] I , AL. DELANNY PI,AINTIFF c r v I L N o . 7tg /0.] M I ( l H A E L.T. ASTRUE, Cornrnissioncr S o c i aSccurity l Adrnirri stration ORIIER Plaintiffhas submittcd complaint liling in thisdistrict. a }irr togcthcr with a request lirr leave prcrceed pauperi.r.Aftcr is ltrundthatPlaintilf is unable payfor to in.fbrma to t h eoo$t$ ofcomurencementsuitand. of accordingly, lbllowing the olderis entered l0'r cay this o f ' F e b r u a r2010: y I1 'ISHEREBYORDERED Plaintiffsmotionfor lcave proceed that to inJbrrmpauperi,s b cgrantcd. clcrkishereby I'hc direoted lile tliecornplaint. to Additionally, couttdirects thc that a copyofthe complaint filedhcrcin, alongwith a copyol'Lhis order, served tliePlaintiff be by lrycerlifiedtnail,returnrccciptrcqrrcsted, thel)el'endant, tnr MichaelJ. Astrue,Commissioner. S o c i aSecurity l Administration, wellasEricH. Holtler, U.S.Attorney as Jr., General. Mzuk and W. Webb,Assistant U.S.Attomey.withoutprepayrncnl fccsandcosts sccrrrity of or thcrcftrr. IJct'cnd a n t ordcred aTl$wer is to withirrsixty (60)daysliom thedateof selice. I T IS SOORDERED. DF"FENDANT a#fr*8pffifr'ftHt*ru F E B 2010 l0 ctfRK cllRl8 JoHli$ff{, H, N : JAMESR, MARSCI.IEWSKl I E I . t J,S, ' MA{iISTRATE.ITJDGE ft AO72A (Rov.8/82) DFttlYg'sl(

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