Smith 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 7/28/10. 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 July 29, 2010. (lw)

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Smith v. Social Security Administration Commissioner Doc. 4 I N 1'Ht.] IJNITEI)STATES COLIRT' T)ISTRICT DIS'fRICI'OF ARKANSAS WESTERN I]IVISION HARRISON T A M M Y L\}IN SMITI] PLAINTIIII Lrrvrr.N(). l0-30-70 M I C H A F . L J. ASTRIIE, Commissioner S o c i a lSccurityAdnrinistration Dl-iIl-lNDANl' ORDITR for ltrr with a disl.riot, together a request P l a i n t i f fhassubmittcd complirirrt lilirrgin l.his puuperis,Alter review,it is for.rnd Plaintiff is unablcto pay for that leavekr proceedin.fitrma day this ordcris entcrcd 29''' accordingly, following tlie t h ecosts comrnencerrrerrt and, ol'suil of o f July20I0: TJre is P l a i n ti nrotionlirr leave[o proceed l"l's in.firr ltaultoris granted. clerkis direoted ma thal the 0. nunc t t r file thecomplaint Fro /arc:asol'.Iuly28,201 Additionully, oourldirecrts a by alongwith a copyofthis order,be served Plaintiff by certifiedmail, copyofthe cornplaint, Michael.1.Astrue,Commjssioner, SocialSecutit;r c t u r nrcceiptrcquested, l)efendatt" on and Mark W. Webb, as A d n r i n i s t r n t i o n , well as Dric II. Ilolder,Jr.,U.S,AttorncyCcncral' 1o is ol'ltes andcosts.The Delerrdant tttdeted withoutprepayLncnt A s s i s t a ntJ.S.Attorncy, t within sixty (60) daysfrotn the dateofservice. answer I ' I ' I SSOORI]ERED, resfleflrrBfpfifff%Y#fi sn, J U L 9 ?OIU 2 , EIY + ' cHRls R.,itlt'ls(}{, ctEfiK CtSi( DEPIIIY + r ri., A M E SR, MARSCHEWSKI .IIJI](JE I J , S MA(iIS'I'RAI'F] . AO72A (Rev,8/82)

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