COVID-19 Burke Law Update

UPDATE: In response to COVID-19 Burke Law is shifting its free consultations to phone consultations.


Burke Law will be open throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. To protect our clients and our employees, in person meetings will now be held over the phone.

Burke Law will still be available 24/7 for emergencies and arrest questions. Contact us at 802-318–8076. Our attorneys and staff are committed to providing exceptional service and support for our clients during this difficult time. The constitution isn’t suspended during this pandemic and our duty to our clients isn’t either. We take your ongoing criminal defense needs and questions seriously. Do not hesitate to contact us if you are arrested, cited for a crime or have questions about an ongoing Vermont criminal case.

The Vermont Supreme Court has suspended non-emergency hearings in all criminal courts throughout the State until April 15, 2020. To review Administrative Order 49 click here. The Vermont Supreme Court will continue to update its Order as it sees necessary. For further updates on how the coronavirus will impact court operations please check the Vermont Judiciary website. 



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