Glancy is fourth judge candidate

April 23, 2014
David Glancy

David Glancy

By Rob Alway. Editor-in-Chief. 

LUDINGTON — David Glancy is the fourth person to put his name in the ring for the 51st Circuit Court judge race. For the past year Glancy has been Mason County’s court appointed defense attorney.

David and his wife, Kathryn, operate private law practices in Ludington and Manistee and provide legal services in Mason, Manistee, Oceana and Lake counties.

Glancy received a bachelor’s of art degree in political science from Hope College in 2001. He received his Juris Doctor from Michigan State University College of Law in 2004 where he was the managing editor of production for the Journal of Medicine and Law. He was admitted to the Michigan State Bar in 2004.

He is a member of the Mason-Lake Bar Association and served as president from 2005 to 2007. He is also a member of the Manistee Bar Association. For the past eight years he has been involved with the Ludington swim program and is currently head coach for the Ludington High School girls varsity swim team.

Glancy has defended some high profile cases in the past few years. Most recently he was assigned to defend Eric John Knysz, the man who killed Michigan State Police Trooper Paul Butterfield. He also is the defense attorney for Sean Phillips, the man who was convicted of unlawful imprisonment of his 4-month-old baby and is currently facing murder charges.

David and Kathryn live in Ludington with their children.

Glancy is the fourth candidate to announce he is running to replace Judge Richard Cooper, who is retiring at the end of this year. The 51st Circuit Court covers Mason and Lake counties.

Other candidates include:

Mason County Prosecutor Paul Spaniola. See story here. 

Former Mason County Prosecutor Susan Sniegowski. See story here. 

Lake County Prosecutor, and son of the current judge, Craig Cooper. See story here. 

During the Aug. 7 primary election voters will chose two candidates to run in the Nov. 6 general election. Judge races are non-partisan.

The filing deadline was March 26.

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