Circuit Judge Don Glover, who has served as a circuit judge for the 10th judicial district of Arkansas for more than 20 years, announced Thursday that he is retiring and will not seek re-election.
“I am grateful to the citizens of the 10th Judicial District for their support and the privilege of serving,” Glover said in a news release announcing his retirement.
“It has been a great pleasure working with jurors, my staff, courthouse personnel, lawyers, colleagues and many others who make up the court system,” he said.
Glover has been a circuit judge for the 10th judicial district in Southeast Arkansas since 1992. He was a private attorney and municipal judge in Dermott prior to serving as circuit judge.
The district includes Ashley, Bradley, Chicot, Desha and Drew counties.