Myers v. Commissioner of Social Security
CLERK'S JUDGMENT with Attached Notice of Disposal. Signed on 09/27/13. (pb1)
AO 450 (Rev. 01/09) Judgment in a Civil Action
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
Southern District of Ohio
__________ District of __________
COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL SECURITY,
Civil Action No. 3:12cv192
JUDGMENT IN A CIVIL ACTION
The court has ordered that (check one):
the plaintiff (name)
recover from the
the amount of
), which includes prejudgment
%, along with costs.
%, plus postjudgment interest at the rate of
interest at the rate of
the plaintiff recover nothing, the action be dismissed on the merits, and the defendant (name)
recover costs from the plaintiff (name)
✔ other: JUDGMENT TO BE ENTERED IN FAVOR OF PLAINTIFF AND AGAINST DEFENDANT COMMISSIONER
This action was (check one):
tried by a jury with Judge
rendered a verdict.
tried by Judge
✔ decided by Judge
presiding, and the jury has
without a jury and the above decision
Walter H. Rice
on a motion for
CLERK OF COURT
Signature of Clerk or Deputy Clerk
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO
COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL SECURIT
Case Number: 3:12cv192
NOTICE OF DISPOSAL PER SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO LOCAL RULES
The above captioned matter has been terminated on ________________________.
If applicable to this case, the disposal date will be six (6) months from the above
Rule 79.2(a) Withdrawal by Counsel:
All depositions, exhibits or other materials filed in an action or offered in evidence shall not be
considered part of the pleadings in the action, and unless otherwise ordered by the Court, shall be
withdrawn by counsel without further Order within six (6) months after final termination of the
Rule 79.2 (b) Disposal by the Clerk
All depositions, exhibits or other materials not withdrawn by counsel shall be disposed of by the
Clerk as waste at the expiration of the withdrawal period.
JOHN P. HEHMAN, CLERK
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