Elliott 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 June 8, 2010. (lw)

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I N THE LINITEDSTATES DIS'IRICl'TIOURT WESTERN DISTRICT ARKANSAS OT I{ARRISON DIVIS]ON STAC Y l-il-l-l0]'l' PLAIN'IIFF c r v r r - /D-. 305+ No (lomnrissioner M I C I - I A I ] L J. AS'l'RtJF,. S o c i a lSecuriwAdrninistration DEFENDANT (}RDER P l a i n t i l fhassubrnittedcomplaint filing in tirisdistrict, a for together a request with for lcavcto procccd informu pauperi,r.Ailer rrview, it is foundthat Plaintiff is uflablsto paylbr of t h ecosls commencernentsuitand.accotdingly, {bllowing of order entercd 8'h is this day the o f June ?010: I f IS HEREBYORDERED Pluintiffsmotionfor lcavcto ptoceed in.firmu paulteris thut h egranted. clcrkis hcrcby Thc thc dirccts that ditected filethecomplaint. to Additionally, court a copyofthc cornplaint, alongwithir copyofthisorder, served Plaintiffbyccrtificd by mail, be r e l u r nreoeipt requested, Defendant, SocialSecurity MichaelJ. Astruc.Conmissionct. on A d l r i n i s t r a t i o n , well as Eric IL IIolder,Jr.,U.S.AttolncyCcncral. and Mark W. Wcbb, as of Assis ta nU.S. Attomey,without prepayrnent fecsandcosts. t ofservice. a n s w ewithinsixty(60)daysfi'omthedate r I l tS SO ORDIaRHI). 'l'he l)efendant ordeted is to H O N , JAMES R. MARSCHEWSKI C I I I T , F U.S. MAGISTR,{'IT JUDGT, O JUN E2OIO R. 0HRrsJ0rN$rr'r, oLERK .i FT ; *. ' DEPttIYfl.EK AO72A ( R e v - 8/82)

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