Glenn v. Commissioner of Social Security
ORDER adopting 4 Report and Recommendations.. Signed by Senior Judge Neal B. Biggers on 12/19/2016. (llw)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI
ARCHIE DEON GLENN
COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL SECURITY
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS
On consideration of the file and record of this action, the Court finds that the Report and
Recommendations of the United States Magistrate Judge dated November 17, 2016, was on that
date duly served upon counsel for the Plaintiff; that more than fourteen days have elapsed since
service of said Report and Recommendations; and that no objection thereto has been filed or
served by any party. The Court is of the opinion that the Magistrate Judge's Report and
Recommendations should be approved and adopted as the opinion of the Court.
It is, therefore, ORDERED:
1. That the Report and Recommendations of the United States Magistrate Judge dated
November 17, 2016, is hereby approved and adopted as the opinion of the Court.
2. That Plaintiff’s IFP motion is DENIED, and Plaintiff is hereby granted 14 days from
the date of this order to either pay the full amount of the filing fee or file a renewed IFP motion
along with a completed and executed financial affidavit or risk dismissal of this lawsuit for
failure to prosecute and failure to obey a Court order.
3. That Plaintiff’s motion to dismiss is DENIED.
4. That should Plaintiff fail to cooperate with his counsel to either pay the filing fee or
file a renewed IFP motion within 14 days of the date of this order, Plaintiff’s counsel shall
within 30 days of this date, file a certification which concisely states all efforts made to apprise
his client of the status of this case, including the possibility of its dismissal.
THIS, the 19th day of December, 2016.
/s/ Neal Biggers
NEAL B. BIGGERS, JR.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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