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New ‘Right to Carry’ Legislation Introduced in Michigan House

  A new ‘right to carry’ bill has been introduced in the Michigan House. If passed, the law would allow law-abiding Michigan citizens to carry concealed pistols without having to get a ‘concealed pistol’ license (CPL). Under current Michigan law, a person who has a (CPL) gun license may carry their weapon on their person […]

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Search and Seizure in Michigan: Your Questions Answered (Part 2)

  In our previous article by the Kronzek Firm, we discussed exactly what a ‘search’ and what a ‘seizure’ are under Michigan law. We also looked at a few of the exceptions to the general rule when it comes to an officer needing a warrant to conduct a search. Now that we are all on […]

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Search and Seizure in Michigan: Your Questions Answered (Part 1)

  Before we can really break down the implications of search and seizure law, we need to make sure that you understand exactly what it is. Search and seizure laws are often misunderstood and in Michigan, are the source of a great deal of controversy. So before we start unpacking this highly charged subject, let’s […]

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Hope Not Handcuffs: Macomb County’s Plan to Help Addicts

  In late January of this year, a new program was launched in Macomb County that hopes to make a difference to those who are struggling with opiate addiction. Hope not Handcuffs allows a person battling addiction to walk into a police station and ask for help without fear of reprisal. What’s that you say? […]

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Senate Votes to Keep Michigan Police From Hiding Misconduct

  Police misconduct is an issue that gets a great deal of media coverage IF and when it becomes public. However, that right there is part of the issue: “IF and when it becomes public.” Ask just about anyone, and they will tell you that police misconduct should ALWAYS be public information. Though with regard […]

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Woman Accused of Stealing Charitable Funds Intended For Flint Kids

  Embezzlement is not a crime people are usually willing to overlook. Taking money that belongs to other people, unless the situation is desperate, tends to elicit anger in others. However, this general lack of compassion is nothing compared to situations where the stolen money was intended for charity. That’s why Diane Stephens is facing […]

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Courser / Gamrat Scandal Inspires New House Bill

  The Courser / Gamrat Scandal sex here in Michigan is probably going to take a long time to go away. People tend to enjoy a good gossip (if one can call gossip “good”!) and a scandalous subject often gets dredged up again and again until it’s luster has finally worn off. However in this […]

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Entrapment in Michigan: What You Need To Know (Pt. 2)

  Thank you for joining The Kronzek Firm again to wrap up this two part series on entrapment in Michigan. In the previous article we talked about what entrapment is, how the state and federal courts go about deciding if this defense applies to a case, and what that means for a defendant. In this […]

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Entrapment in Michigan: What You Need To Know (Pt. 1)

  The word ‘entrapment’ gets a good deal of press in cop shows and legal thriller movies. But in real life, it’s a term that doesn’t seem to get nearly as much air time. In addition, people often misunderstand what it really means. For that reason, we have put together this article about entrapment law […]

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Probation in Michigan: What You Need To Know (Part 3)

  Thank you for joining us again for the wrap up of this three part series on probation and probation violations in Michigan. If this is the first time you’re joining us, we recommend that you take a few minutes to go back and look over the first and second articles to get caught up. […]

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