Jones v. Commissioner of Social Security
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE - Plaintiff Janice Jones shall have until September 25, 2017 to show cause why her complaint should not be dismissed for failure to follow the required procedures. Ordered by Judge Robert F. Rossiter, Jr. (Copy mailed to pro se party) (JSF)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEBRASKA
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL
SECURITY; ROBERT K. COX,
Administrative Law Judge; JACQUELINE
E. CRAWFORD-APPERSON, Vocational
Expert; and DAVID G. BUELL,
Administrative Law Judge,
This matter is before the Court on plaintiff Janice Jones’s (“Jones”) Complaint
against the Commissioner of Social Security (Filing No. 1).
Under General Order No. 2015-05, 1 a plaintiff who wishes to challenge a final
decision of the Commissioner of Social Security must move for an order reversing the
Commissioner’s decision within thirty days after the filing of the administrative record.
The Commissioner of Social Security filed the administrative record on July 24,
2017. Jones has not filed the required motion within the thirty day period or requested
any extension of the deadline. Accordingly, Jones shall have until September 25, 2017,
to show cause why her complaint should not be dismissed for failure to follow the
IT IS SO ORDERED.
The Honorable Laurie Smith Camp, Chief Judge of the United States District
Court for the District of Nebraska, promulgated General Order No. 2015-05, also titled In
the Matter of Procedures for Social Security Cases.
Dated this 11th day of September, 2017.
BY THE COURT:
s/ Robert F. Rossiter, Jr.
United States District Judge
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