Anglin v. Astrue
LETTER ORDER denying pro se plaintiff's 20 motion to remove restrictions on Pacer. Signed by Hon. David G. Larimer on 3/9/10. (EMA)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
U N I T E D STATES COURTHOUSE 1 0 0 STATE STREET, ROOM 2500 R O C H E S T E R , NEW YORK 14614-1324
CHAMBERS OF DAVID G. LARIMER DISTRICT JUDGE
(585) 613-4040 FAX (585) 613-4045
March 9, 2010
Stephen Anglin 3751 West Brambly Place Tucson, Arizona 85741 RE : ANGLIN V. ASTRUE - 07-CV-6471L Dear Mr. Anglin: I have your motion to remove restrictions on Pacer (Dkt. #20) so that you may view documents on-line. I must deny your motion because you have elected to proceed pro se at this stage of the case, and pro se parties do not have access to the docket sheets electronically since litigants are not permitted to electronically file documents. You are entitled to have copies of the docket sheet and all documents and filings should, of course, be mailed to you. Therefore, you should have access to all relevant documents. IT IS SO ORDERED.
Very truly yours,
David G. Larimer United States District Judge
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