Fouts 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 August 10, 2010. (lw)

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IN 'I'I STATES I)ISTRIC'I'COURT IU LJNITED DISTRICT A RKANIJAS WUS'TERN OF' FIARRISON DIVISION PLAINTIFF BRIAN L. FOIJTS v, ci"itN,,. ?0-75 /dDEFENTJAN I Mr<.:r .1. r,a,riL. Aslnue, LloMMtsstoNur SoctALSEcURITy DMINIs rA IroN n ORDER Plaintiffhassubmitted conrplaint filing in this clistrict. a together for with a rcqucstfbr leaveto procccdin litrnm pauperls. Aftcr rcvicw, it is filund that plaintiffis unableto pay lbl the costsof cotnmencenrent sujt and,accordingly, {trllowingordcr is cntered the of rhis I ()thday of 20 Ausust l0: I f lS HERFI,BY ORDIRI-rD that plaintil]'s rnotionfor lcavcto proceed in.firma paupuis is grarrted.hc clcrkis herehy l directed filc thccomplaint ofAugustI0,2010.Additionally, to as directs thc courtlrereby that a copyol'theconrplaint filed hcrcin,alongwith a copy ofthis order, hy bc served theplaintiffby ccrtiliednrail,r'eturn on recciptrcquested, tlredefendarrt, MichaclJ. Astrue,Commissioner. Sor:ialSecuriryAdministration, well as lrric H. Holcler,Jr., ll.S. as AttorncyCerreral, ClaudeHarvkins. Assistant and U.S.At torncy.withrrutprepayrnent feesand of co$t$ secul'ity ot thcrctbr.The def'endant ordcred arrswer is to within sixty(60)daysfrom tlredate of scrvicc. IT IS SOORDERED. ,u'f tn*"r'ipffifi3H'lrso, AU6 0 2010 | CI|RIS F.JO$iNSO!, CLESK t! pN..rAMrjs M A R S C H E W S K I R. IIIIJIIUNITEDSTNTESMACI S'I'RA'I']j JLIDGE CLE1K DEPUTY AO72A (ReY.8,182)

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