Webb 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 March 3, 2010. (lw)

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I N TIJEL]NI'I'TD STATES IJISTRICI'COt]RT WESTERN DISTRIC'I' ARKANSAS OF' I ; ( ) R TSMITII DIVISION CEORCE R.I,.WNBB,III PLAIN'I.II..}I crvrlN0(). l0-e03?_ M I C I I A E L .'I. f RUE,Cornmissioner A$ Adrlinistration S o c i aSecurity l ORDER Plaintil"l'has submittcd coniplaint filing in thistlistrict, a fbr with a request lbr togethcr lcavcto pttrceed inJbrmapauper'rs. Alier review,it is foun':i that Plaintiff is unablcto payIbr t h eoosts comtncnccmentsuitand, of of accordingly, Ibllowing lhe ordcris entered 3'd this tlay ttl'March 20l0: I'l 'l S HEREBYOR.DERED Plainti motionfor lcavcto proceed that lTs paupcr inJbnna is b cgrantcd. courlhereby The dirccts a oopy tlrat ofthecornplaint herein, filed along witha copy by t t l lhisolder,be servcd Plaintill'by celtified rnail,rcturnrdceipl on requested, Dcfcndant. M i c h a eJ. Astrue, l Comtnissioncr, Social Secutity Atlministration, wcll asEricH. Holder, as Jr., and l.J.S. U . S .Attomey Ccncral, MarkW. Webb, prepayrnentfccs Assistant Attomey, of without atrdcosts security trt l.herefol. TheL)cfcndant ordered answer is daystiom to within sixty (6{J) t h edaleol'service. IT IS SOORIIIIREII. DF]I.F]NDANT l/ES #fr"Jpifgfr%"ffils^, fl MAR5 2OIO cHflt8.J{rir{E0tt, s c[f,it( IFulyEHl( J A M F ] S MARSCHEWSKI R. iIT lJ.S. MA(;IS]'RATE .II.]DGE E{ : " .,.. AO72A (Rov.8,/82)

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