Morris In the News
Throughout his career, Seth Morris has been viewed as a thought-leader and asked to weigh-in on several topics in the legal industry, including active cases, the use or misuse of police body cameras, and many more.
December 11, 2014: “Public defender: I could get indictments in Garner, Brown cases.” Appearance on MSNBC’s The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell.
Morris Mentioned in Mercury News
April 1, 2022: Seth’s court record statements reflecting his belief in his client’s lawful use of self-defense are mentioned in an article about a plea deal recently accepted by the client.
NBC Bay Area interview Part II
April 22, 2016: NBC Bay Area interviewed Seth in a special investigation report on local police’s use and misuse of body cameras. Part 2 of 2.
NBC Bay Area interview Part I
Feb 11, 2016: NBC Bay Area interviewed Seth in a special investigation report on local police’s use and misuse of body cameras. Part 1 of 2
Morris interviewed by Brendan Bartholomew of the SF Examiner
July 15, 2015: Seth was interviewed by Brendan Bartholomew for his SF Examiner piece regarding the lack of a public defender’s office in San Mateo County.
Morris Wrote Piece About Public Defenders and Police Misconduct
July 9, 2015: KQED (local NPR affiliate) aired a piece Seth wrote about the importance of public defenders in the conversation about police misconduct in local communities.
Morris Interviewed by Robert Gammon of the East Bay Express
February 11, 2015: Seth was interviewed by Robert Gammon for his East Bay Express article “OPD’s War on the Poor Needs to End.”
Morris wrote Letter to the Editor of the Boston Globe Magazine
February 8, 2015: Seth wrote a Letter to the Editor of the Boston Globe Magazine, thanking them for their piece “Defending those accused of unthinkable crimes” by Scott Helman (original article here). The link to his letter is here.
KALW Guests discussing Police Body Cameras
February 4, 2015: Seth was a guest on KALW’s Your Call for a show entitled Should Police Wear Body Cameras?
Vanity Fair Article about Rodney King
February 3, 2015: “23 Years After Rodney King, Victims of Police Violence Get Even Less Justice,” by Seth Morris, published by Vanity Fair.