Judge Delivers Flags to State Appellate Courts

Many of the state’s judges are veterans or current members of the military.  One such example is Judge Ural Glanville, Superior Court Atlanta Judicial Circuit.  Judge Glanville began his judicial service in 1996 as a magistrate in Fulton County, and then was elected to the superior court bench in 2004.
Predating his judicial career is his military one. 
altJudge Glanville was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the US Army in 1984 and has served in numerous command and staff positions.  In 2012, he was activated for a one-year tour with the US Army Reserve.  On October 23, 2012, Judge Glanville was promoted to Brigadier General at the Headquarters of the Combined Joint Interagency Task Force (CJIATF) 435 at Camp Phoenix, Afghanistan, where he served as commander, NATO Rule of Law Field Support Mission Afghanistan/Rule of Law Field Force-Afghanistan. 
On January 21, 2014, Judge Glanville presented flags that flew at Camp Phoenix to the Supreme Court of Georgia and the Court of Appeals of Georgia.  The flags were flown on May 27, 2013 at the Afghan base.
Chief Justice Hugh P. Thompson accepted a flag on behalf of the Supreme Court and Judge Anne Elizabeth Barnes accepted a flag on behalf of the Court of Appeals.


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