We’ve been following the case of United States v. Salyer, No. NMCCA 201200145 (N-M. Ct. Crim. App. Oct. 23, 2012), in which a military justice officer accessed a military judge’s personnel record in an attempt to obtain documentation to support a causal challenge. The case even played a prominent role in our Christmas Eve entry in our top-10 military justice stories of 2012 list. Unbeknownst to me at the time, Salyer’s appellate defense counsel had already filed a CAAF petition in the case. Monday’s update of the daily journal included a docketing notice for United States v. Salyer, No. 13-0186/MC. I don’t know whether Salyer’s counsel filed the supp along with the petition or moved for additional time to file the supp. If a supp has been filed, we’ll try to obtain and post a copy. If not, we’ll try do so once it’s filed.