Coronavirus (COVID-19) Preparedness & Information

To find out if your loved one qualifies for early jail or prison release, contact us by phone at (248) 541-2600 or online here. 

The Law Offices of Barton Morris acknowledges the significant challenges that everyone must endure during the COVID-19 crisis. We also acknowledge that certain tasks must continue to be performed in order to protect and preserve people’s rights and responsibilities. As a law firm, we have a continuing duty to the public and our clients that we will continue to uphold. This virus demands that everyone limit personal contact with others as much as possible. It is with these mandates in mind we set forth the following policy:

1. The firm will seek to limit the amount of personal contact for our staff. Until further notice, many firm employees, including the lawyers, will be working from home. Be advised that we will remain available to conduct all business via email, phone and video conferencing as necessary. We will immediately receive and address all incoming phone calls and electronic messages in the normal course of business.

2. Our law office will only be open to visitors for necessary personal meetings by appointment only. If an in-person meeting is absolutely necessary, all those participating must agree they experience no sign of any illness. All parties must maintain at least six feet distance between each other. All surfaces in which contact will be made must be disinfected and cleaned before and after the appointment.

We continue to welcome all communications via email and phone and wish everyone well during this very turbulent time. Our first priority is to protect the health and welfare of our staff while at the same time, perform our responsibilities to our clients. We also wish to do our part and encourage the necessary actions to eliminate the pandemic as soon as possible.

Barton Morris

(248) 541-2600 office
(248) 219-9555 cell

*Listen to Barton Morris discuss the importance of early jail/prison release for non-violent offenders on WWJ Newsradio 950 on March 31st, 2020 here and here.