In an effort to streamline COVID-19 information, we have created an inclusive list for ease of access that will link to programs, videos and resources that our office has posted since the start of the Pandemic.

Trial Court extends reduced staffing levels in courthouses through May

Updated: Mar. 22nd, 2021, 4:15 pm
Courts will continue to operate at 50% staffing levels within most courthouses or offices.  Staff are working remotely to enable virtual registries, court service centers, and a range of other virtual services.  Requests to increase staffing levels at specific court sites may be approved. 

Clerks', registers', and recorder’s offices will continue to be physically open to the public, while still endeavoring to conduct business virtually as much as possible.

Information on Remote/Virtual Services

Office and Court Operations
Timely information on the status of court operations.

Statewide COVID-19 Information
Information on the Pandemic and the current state of the Commonwealth.

Mental Health  

  • Impact of COVID-19 on Children of Essential Workers
    District Attorney Ryan, Donna Kelly-Williams, MA Nurses Association, and Dr. Robert Sege, Tufts Floating Hospital for Children discuss the effects of the pandemic on our children, the trauma they are experiencing, and what resources are available.  
  • Mental Health Awareness
    District Attorney Ryan and Sara Gaer from Riverside Trauma Center discuss the fear, stress and physical isolation that we all feel during this unprecedented time. 
  • SJC Standing Committee on Lawyer Wellness
    The SJC Standing Committee on Lawyer Well-Being, the Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General and the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office hosted an information session for lawyers on pandemic relief resources. 
  • Families First Coronavirus Recovery Act
    U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division

Opioid Task Force
Information and materials related to substance misuse and where to get help.

Social distancing during the summer months.

Information on scams that are specific to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Victim Services
Domestic Violence Resources

Mass.Gov Resources

  • Click here to see resources addressing COVID-19 Community Impact