Garner 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 7/8/10. 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 July 9, 2010. (lw)

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Garner v. Social Security Administration Commissioner Doc. 4 IN 'fHL (IOIJR]' D]STRICT UNII'TDSTATFS WF,STERN DIS'|RIL]'I' ARKANSAS OIi F O R TSMITHT]IVISI()N K E R R YL, CARNER PI,AIN'IIFI.' crvrr-No. l0dD71 M I C I I I A F , LJ. ASTRt.lE.Cornrnissioner S o c i a lSecuritvAdmini$Lratiotr D.LIILNDANT OEIIER with a requesl ktr f'ol togcther P l a i n t i l fhassuhmittcd complaint filingin thisdistrict, a is'i,i. rcvicw,it is fbundthal PlirintilT unablcto pnyfor Aftcr feavekr procccdin.formu this thc of irccordingly, following orderis cntcrcd 9'r'dtry thecost$ trl'conrmcnccment suil ancl, ofJuly 010: 2 pauperis grantcd. clerkis dircctcd is The to in Plaintiffs rnotion leave procxed forma lirr that the r o filethccompl nun(: luncasofJuly8,20l0.Additionally, courtdirccts acopy ali\t J)ro nrail, rcturn lre hy alongwith a copyofthis order, served I'laintiffby cerlilied o l ' t h ectrmplaint, Social Securily on Miohael .1. Astrue, Comnrissi6ncr, r c c e i p t requested, Defendant, (ieneral, Mark W Wehh, and A d m i n i s l . r a t i oas wcll as Eric ll., Attorney n, to is of withoutpreprryrncnt feesaudcosts.Thc l)cfcndant ordeted Assistant fJ.S.Attorncy, (60)days from thedateol'servicc. a n s w cwithinsix.ty r I T IS IJOORDIRID. .]AM ,.*turrt*oJflr'fl Pdt%u*ufihrouF SR. MARSCI'IEWSKI IJ,S, MA(}IS'IRATE JLTDGE JUL g 20t0 0 cHBtR.Joft ctrRK s sfi{, Ff DEFT'TYd..ffiK A072A ( R e v . 8/82)

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