Williams v. Social Security Administration Commissioner

Filing 4

ORDER granting 3 Motion for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis and directing complaint be filed nunc pro tunc as of 6/15/10. The plaintiff is directed to serve a copy of the complaint and this order on the defendant by certified mail, return receip t 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 June 17, 2010. (lw)

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I N ' I H I ] UNITEDSTATESDISTRICTCOTJRT WESTERN DISTRICT ARKANSAS OF F O R TSMITII I.)IVISION R I I O N D ATI.WILLIAMS Pr.Arlulrr,t' .*rr^r. 10:408' M I C H A E L ASTRUE, J. COMMISSIONI.]IT TIC)N S o c I A L SECURITY ADMINISTR^ L]uI'uNL]AN.I ORDER with a lequestfor a P l a i n t i f fhassubtnittcd complainlfbr Iiling in this district,t()gethet pauper Alierreview, it is fountlthatplaintiff is unabletopayforthc rs. l c a v cto procccd in.fbrmu c o s t s commencemerrt of ol'suiI and,aocortlingly, following ordcr is cntcrcdthis lTth day of the .lune 2010: I T IS HF,REBYOR.DERIDthat plaintiffsrnotion lcavc10proceed in.fitrma pauptns fhr to Hunc pro lrrncas ofJune 15,2010. i s granted. l he clcrk is hcrcbydirected lile llre conrplainL dilectsthata copyofthe conrplaint A d d i t i o n a l l y thecourthereby , filcd hcrcin,alongwith a copy o1'this order, selved theplairrtifflry he by on certified rnail,rcturrr fccciptrcqucstcd. thc clclbnddnt, SocialSer:r.rdly inistratiorr. well as Lric Il. Holdcr,Jr., Adrrr M i c h a c li. Astruc,Conrntissioner, as arrd U . S .AttorncyGcnerirl. Mark Wehb,Assistant of Ll.S.Attorncy.withoutprcpaynlcnt lbcsand c o s t s seourity is to wilhin sixty(60) daysliorn thedate or therefor. l hedet'cndant ordcrcd answer o f scrvicc. I T IS SOOR.DIJRLD, rstEfiruDJfifffuft'#ilsnl8 J U N 2010 cLfxK cHRR. rs Jofir{sfr{, BY DE$IYfl.HK R . MARSCHEWSKI .II U N I T E DSTNTESMACiISTRATE JD(IF, AO72A (Rev,8/82)

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