Brown v. Commissioner of Social Security
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|February 21, 2013
WRITTEN Opinion entered by the Honorable Samuel Der-Yeghiayan on 2/21/2013: For the reasons stated below, Plaintiffs amended motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis 8 is granted and Plaintiffs request for attorney assistance is denied. Defe ndant having filed an answer, and pursuant to Local Rule 16.4, Plaintiff is given until 04/22/13 to file a brief in support of reversing or remanding the decision subject to review and Defendant is given 45 days thereafter to file his motion to affirm the decision and his brief in support. Plaintiff is given 14 days thereafter to file a reply brief. Status hearing set for 08/20/13 at 9:00 a.m. Mailed notice [For further details see opinion.] (mgh,)
|January 10, 2013
WRITTEN Opinion entered by the Honorable Samuel Der-Yeghiayan on 1/10/2013: For the reasons stated below, Plaintiff's motion foe leave to proceed in forma pauperis 4 is denied. Plaintiff is given until January 29, 2013, to either pay the fil ing fee or file an accurately and properly completed in forma pauperis application form. Plaintiff is warned that if she fails to pay the filing fee or file an accurately and properly completed in forma pauperis application form by January 29, 2013, this case will be dismissed. Plaintiff's motion for appointment of counsel 5 is denied. Mailed notice [For further details see opinion.](mgh, )
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