Baker v. Social Security Administration Commissioner

Filing 3

ORDER granting 2 Motion for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis and directing complaint be filed nunc pro tunc as of 8/18/09. 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 August 25, 2009. (lw)

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IN THE UNITEDSTATES DISTRICT COUR'I' WESTERN DISTRICI' ARKANSAS OF HARRISON DIVISION K E V I N D. BAKE]T PLAINTIFF v. Dq-305y civirNo. f)rir,r'ttueut M r c n A r i L AsrRUE,CoMMts$lONER J. s o c r e l sncunrry ADMTNtsRA'froN t ORDER Plaintiffhas suhmitted oomplaint filing in thisdistrict, a for togcther with a request loave for to proceed urlonna paupefis.Allet reviow,itisfound thatplaintilTisunable payfor thecosts to of comme n c c meol'suitand,aooordingly, fbllowingorderisentered 24thdayoFAugust nt the this 200g: IT IS IIEREBY ORDEREI) plaintiffsmotionfor leave proaaed that to informapauperis is grante d .Ihe clcrk is herebydireoted file thc complaint to nuncpro tuncasofAugust lg, 2009. Additi o n a l l ytheoourthereby , directs s copyofthe complaint that filed herein, rlong with a oopyof this order,be served the plaintiff by certifierl by firail,returnreceipt rcqucsted, thedel'en<lant, on Micha eJ.Astrue, l Comnrissioner, Social Sccurity Administration, well asEricH. Holder, [J.S. as Jr., Atk)me yGeneral, Claude and Hawkins,Assistant U.S.Attorney, withoutFrepayment feesand of oosts seourity or thercfor.Thedel'enclantordered answer is to within sixty (60)daysfromthedate ofservicc. IT IS SOORDERED. N . JAMESR. MARSCHEWSKI E D STATES MAGISTRATH JLIDGE

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