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Hazing Incident at Central Michigan University Results in Criminal Charges

  Every now and again the issue of hazing makes the news and there is enormous outcry to follow. People take to social media in droves, claiming that hazing should be forbidden and severely punished by the schools where it takes place. It is already illegal in almost every state in the U.S., and yet […]

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Can A Michigan Attorney Conceal Evidence of a Client’s Criminal Activity?

  Anyone who loves crime dramas and legal thrillers has seen at least one movie or TV show where a defendant tries to tell their attorney about what they actually did, and their lawyer says, “I don’t want to know!” This may seem strange to people. After all, why wouldn’t your defense attorney want to […]

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8 Executions Scheduled in Arkansas Before Lethal Injection Expires

  If officials in Arkansas had their way, yesterday would have been the first of eleven execution days. After more than a decade without performing a single legal execution, the state of Arkansas had planned to administer a lethal injection to eight inmates within a matter of days. However, since scheduling the back-to-back executions, authorities […]

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Eyewitness Testimony: Can You Really Trust Your Own Eyes? (Part 4)

  Welcome back! Thanks for joining The Kronzek Firm for the wrap up of our discussion on eyewitness testimony and how unreliable it actually can be when recalling suspects and crime scene details. In the previous three articles we talked about the scientific community’s research on eyewitness testimony, and how the court’s opinion is slowly […]

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Eyewitness Testimony: Can You Really Trust Your Own Eyes? (Part 3)

  Thank you for joining us again for this discussion on unreliable eyewitness testimony. Thus far we’ve discussed the court’s approach to eyewitness testimony, and what the majority of research is revealing about how inconsistent and untrustworthy eyewitness testimony can be. Moving forward, we will be looking at the science of memory today, and the […]

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Eyewitness Testimony: Can You Really Trust Your Own Eyes? (Part 2)

  Welcome back and thank you for joining us for this discussion on eyewitness testimony, and whether or not experts believe it’s a reliable form of evidence. As we talked about in the previous installment, more and more courts these days are acknowledging the fact that eyewitness testimony may not be as infallible as they […]

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Eyewitness Testimony: Can You Really Trust Your Own Eyes? (Part 1)

  “Tell the Court, did you see a man running away from the victim’s home at four am on the morning of the murder?” “I did, yes. He was running quickly, like he wanted to get away. And he had a gun in his hand… his right hand.” “Can you tell the Court, is that […]

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Televised Police Chase Results in Multiple Criminal Charges

  A police chase that was televised on several stations around the state of Michigan has resulted in one woman facing criminal charges. She has been charged for fleeing from the police but it was the reason for her flight that is likely to result in some very serious additional charges.   Police records show […]

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New Legislation in Michigan Aims To Fight The Opioid Epidemic

  Drug use is rising, both in Michigan and all over the United State. This is common knowledge. So if the ‘war on drugs‘ has been declared a failure and substance abuse is actually worse now than it was when the government first decided to crack down on the use and abuse of illicit substances, […]

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Michigan Governor Signs New Criminal Justice Reform Bills

  Reducing recidivism among the former prison inmates in Michigan has long been a goal of lawmakers and politicians in our state. However, wanting something and actually being able to achieve it are often very different things. So when our Governor said that he planned to reform the criminal justice system in Michigan, replacing outdated […]

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