Warnock 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 September 30, 2010. (lw)

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-JRM Warnock v. Social Security Administration Commissioner Doc. 4 DIS I N 1Hh,IJNITEIISTAT'I-IS TRICT COURT OI W l l S I ERNDISTRI(IT ARKANSAS F O R TSM|I'H DIVISION K E I T I I R. WARN(X]K PLAIN'I'II.F c r v rNo. 0-e./+u T, / M I C H A E L , I . ASTRUi-i,Comnrissioner S o c i a l Sccurity Adnrini stration I].L]Ih,NDANT ORDER for ttrgcther a request for P l a i n t i f fhassubrnittedcomplaint Iilingin thisdistrict, a with Icavcto proceed fbrmapauperl,r.Aflel review,it is ftrundthatPlaintiff is unablcto pay lor in accordingly, ftrllowing ordcris trrterecl 30"'day of of the this t h ecosts commcncementsuitand, o l 'Soptember 2010: Plaintiffstrrotionfbrleavctoproceedinformupaerperlsisgranted,'l'heclerkisdirected Addi{ionally, courtdirects a copyof thc complainL, with a thc that along t o file thecomplaint. be on copyofthis order, servetl PlaintiffbycettiIiednrail,returnrecciptrc{-lrtosted,f)efendant, by H. Adrrrinistration, aswcll asF,ric I-Itrldet.,1r., Social M i c h a c.1. l Astrue. Conunissioncr. Seculity (icnetal, MarkW. Webtr, prcpaymcnt fees of I J.S. Assistant Attcinrey, without U.S. Attorncy and within sixty (60) daysfiotr the dateof service. to andcosts.llellentlmtis ordered answet I ' f IS S0 ORDERED. #iltsi9,ftig,itdt o. FY H O N .JAMES R. MARSCHLIWSKI C H I I . ] TIJ.S.MAGISTRATN JUI]CL . ,,;,ff;fJ:f,,,, DEPIITYCLEB,( AO7zA ( R o v .8/82) Dockets.Justia.com

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