We’ve been following the case of United States v. Salyer closely for about three months now, see NMCCA opinion analysis here and Top 10 MilJus Story of 2012 post here. And it looks like we’ll get at least another three months out of the story. Here is a link to CAAF’s grant of review in the case. As we noted before, the QP in the case is:
Under United States v. Lewis, A Case Is Dismissed With Prejudice When Unlawful Command Influence Results In The Recusal Of A Military Judge. Here, The Military Judge Recused Himself Because He Found That The Government’s Actions Made It Impossible For Him To Remain On The Case. The Government Complained To His Supervisor About A Ruling, Accessed His Service Record Without Permission And, With This Information, Moved For His Recusal. Should This Case Be Dismissed With Prejudice?
And here is a link to the supplement.