Brian Morrrow

Brian Morrrow

ABOUT BRIAN MORROW

Brian Morrow has devoted his personal and professional life to public service.  As a Deputy Chief in the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office, he has handled numerous high profile cases involving murders, armed robberies, and sexual assault.  With thirty years of experience practicing law, Morrow has worked tirelessly to see that our youth be given every opportunity to succeed and has received numerous awards for his efforts to help at-risk teens.

In 2014, Morrow was named a "Champion of Justice" by the State Bar of Michigan for his innovative teen court program.  In bestowing the prestigious award, the State Bar noted that "it is no stretch to say that Brian Morrow has done more over the last decade to keep Michigan teens from lives of crime than anyone else in the state."  

Brian Morrow has been endorsed by numerous elected officials and organizations.  When endorsing Morrow, the Detroit Free Press praised Morrow stating that, "he evinces a penchant for proactive problem-solving that is much needed in the busy Wayne Circuit court."

Brian acting as the "judge" at a Teen Court session at Denby High School in Detroit.

Brian acting as the "judge" at a Teen Court session at Denby High School in Detroit.

ABOUT TEEN COURT

As the Deputy Chief of the Juvenile Division at the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office, Morrow initiated a juvenile diversion program  called “Teen Court.” The program allows juvenile offenders who have committed relatively minor, first-time offenses (such as shoplifting), to avoid having a juvenile record if they comply with the terms of the program. The program, which is currently operating in seven high schools in the Detroit Public School system, is unique in that it allows a “jury” of teenagers to hear actual juvenile cases and design appropriate sentences for the juvenile offender. The program not only gives a second chance to teens who made a poor decision, but it also gives the teenager jurors the opportunity for public service and a hands-on education in civic responsibility.

Brian Morrow addressing a community group on Juvenile Justice

Brian Morrow with his wife and children

Brian Morrow with his wife and children

MORE ABOUT BRIAN

In addition to his work as a prosecutor, Brian is active in Habitat for Humanity and teaches criminal law at Eastern Michigan University.  He currently serves on the Committee for Character and Fitness at the State Bar of Michigan and has served as an Elder at First Presbyterian Church of Northville.  He and his wife, Mary, established  The "Brian and Mary Morrow Community Service Scholarship" which is awarded to graduates of Detroit Public Schools who demonstrate a commitment to community service and are continuing their education at two or four year colleges.

Brian is a graduate of Michigan State University and Wayne State University Law School. He and his wife, Mary, have been married for 29 years, reside in Northville, and have two adult children.

Brian Morrow with his daughter and team of Habitat for Humanity volunteers from the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office

Adjunct Professor Brian Morrow and a proud graduate of Eastern Michigan University

Adjunct Professor Brian Morrow and a proud graduate of Eastern Michigan University

THANK YOU!

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HAS DONATED FINANCIALLY TO THE CAMPAIGN, OR WHO HAS SUPPORTED THE CAMPAIGN IN OTHER WAYS, SUCH AS DISPLAYING A LAWN SIGN, OR BY DONATING YOUR TIME TO COLLECT SIGNATURES OR BY SHARING NEWS OF CAMPAIGN DEVELOPMENTS ON FACEBOOK!

 

To volunteer your time or talents to the campaign, please contact the committee at brianmorrowforjudge@gmail.com