Brig. Gen. Ural Glanville and the Army Reserve:
“All rise,” is a sound that is all too familiar to everyone, whether by television or actually being in a courtroom for any number of reasons.
It’s a sound that has become almost second nature for many courtroom officials and for Brig. Gen. Ural Glanville, Chief Judge of United States Army Court of Criminal Appeals, one that sounds like much responsibility that he gladly accepts.
In his 11 years as a superior court judge, Glanville has presided over some very high profile cases. Cases that he believes he was able to finesse due to the things he learned in the military such as the Army Values, the Soldier’s creed, the warrior ethos and skills from the JAG Corps.