Adams v. Social Security Administration Commissioner

Filing 3

ORDER granting 2 Motion for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis and directing the complaint be filed nunc pro tunc as of 1/26/09. The plaintiff is directed to serve a copy of the complaint and this order on the defendant by certified mail, return re ceipt 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 January 27, 2009. (lw)

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IN THE I,JNITED STATESDISTRICTCOURT WESTERN DISTR]CTOF ARKANSAS HARRISON DIVISION JAMESE. A-DAMS PLAINTFF c i v i lNo.Dq.3O// M I C H A E I ,J, ASTRTJE, CoMMISSIoNER ADMINISTRATIoN S O ( j I A LSECTJRITY rrnNl' I)rir,rir'r ORDER with a requcst lcave for Plaintiffhas submitted complaint filing in thisdistrict, a for together o1' to to proooed inlforunpauperis.Afterreview,it is foundthatplaintiffis unable payfor thecosts a 2009: the ordcrisentered 27thdayofJanuary this comme n o e me n t and,accordingly, following ofsuit puuperis is that to inJorma IT IS HF,REBY ORDERED plaintiffsmotionfor leave prooeed 26, gran te d .The clerk is hereby directed file the complaint to nuncpro fanc as of January 2009 alongwith a oopyof Addi ti o n a l l ythc courthereby , directs a oopyofthe oomplaint that filedhetein, on this order,be served the plaintifl'by certifiedmail, returnrccciptrcquested, the defefldafll, by t" B. Security Administration, well asMichael Mukascy, as Michael Astrue,Commissionero J. Social withoutprepalment f'ees of and l{awkins,Assistant U,S,Attorney, U,S, AttomeyCeneral, Claude is to within sixty (60)daysfrom the andcosts security or therefor.Thedetbndant ordered answer dateofscrvice. IT TSSO ORDER-ED. . JAMESR. MARSCHHWSKI STATES MACISTRATE JI.JDGE nsfefii.rDdpffifri$'fihsm J A N 2o,'g 2;'1 c H Rfi.Jfti S(rt, ts CURK E{ DEFIJIYN"ffiK

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