Mr Morley, a former Labour minister, said that he is “not being treated fairly”.
The comments are the first from the Labour MP since it was announced last Friday that he has been charged over his alleged abuse of the Parliamentary expenses system.
In the wake of the charges, the Parliamentary authorities announced that Mr Morley’s parachute payment – worth almost £65,000 – was being suspended until his trial is complete.
The payments are made to MPs leaving Parliament. Mr Morley is to leave Parliament at the next election.
Mr Morley complained about his treatment to his local newspaper.
"I think withholding the resettlement goes against natural justice,” he said. "In effect it turns common law around, which judges me guilty until proven innocent. It is one of the many ways I have not been treated fairly.
"What happens in the legal outcome is a matter of conjecture and would be for the House to decide. I would point out I have repaid in full and do not owe any money in relation to expenses."
Mr Morley was charged under the Theft Act over allegations that he "dishonestly" claimed more than £30,000 in mortgage interest repayments on his second home in Winterton, Lincolnshire. He continued claiming for mortgage interest after having paid off his home loan.
He was suspended from the Labour Party on Monday, along with David Chaytor and Jim Devine, who are also being prosecuted over their expenses.
Another former Labour MP also warned yesterday that he was calling on other MPs to resist making payments ordered by Sir Thomas Legg’s review of expense claims over the past five years.
Bob Wareing, the MP for west Derby, has been ordered to repay £3,676 for excessive cleaning claims and for “over-stating” his mortgage interest. He said the repayment was “a scandal”.
“It's a scandal and I'm sure it wouldn't stand up in a court of law,” he said. “Some MPs should get together and start a court case, but I can't afford to do that on my own.
"Everything I claimed went through the fees office and I never had a wrong word said about any of it. Now Legg has imposed these retrospective limits."
Mr Wareing sits as an independent MP after being de-selected by the Labour Party.