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Happy Holidays!

  Whether it’s Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or some other holiday you are celebrating – whatever you are happy or merry about, we are happy and merry with you. Remember, if you or a loved one need help over the holidays, we are here, 24/7, ready and available to assist you whenever you need it. Wishing you […]

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Drug Addiction: Four Key Steps To Eliminating It From Society (Part 2)

  Thanks for joining us here at The Kronzek Firm again to talk about this highly charged subject. In the intro to this series on Dr. Calarco’s list of four perspectives that would need to change in order for us to overcome drug addiction in society, we looked at the very first one – the […]

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Predictive Analytics – Striking a Healthy Balance

Every controversial subject has passionate believers on both sides of the fence, lobbying for what they believe is the best possible outcome. The use of predictive analytics in criminal justice is no different. In this case, if you were to step back and take an objective view of the subject, you would see that there […]

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Teen Charged As An Adult In Drive-By Shooting

Charging teenagers as adults is a subject that has caused a great deal of debate and controversy in Michigan in recent years. In this recent Kent County, MI case, a Grand Rapids teen is being charged as an adult for his role in a drive-by shooting that injured two others, one of whom was a […]

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New Supreme Court Ruling Means Shorter Sentences in Michigan?

The United States Supreme Court has recently passed down two decisions that could have an enormous impact on the lives of several federal inmates from the Flint, MI area convicted for weapons-related charges..   Up until recently, the Armed Career Criminal Act allowed federal courts to pursue lengthy sentences for federal defendants accused of felonies, […]

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President Obama Shortens Prison Sentences

Many people talk about criminal justice reform. Very few actually do anything about it. But President Obama has taken his own step towards revamping the American criminal justice system by shortening the prison sentences of 58 inmates. The previous group of people whose sentences were shortened by the President, just last month, totaled 61.   […]

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Flint Water Crisis: Will There Be Criminal Charges?

Feds get Involved in Investigating Flint Water Crisis There has been a great deal of uproar in recent months regarding the Flint water crisis. And who can deny it – it’s a tragic situation, in which the highest price will most likely be paid by the most vulnerable members of Flint – the children and […]

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Michigan ACLU Launches Police Misconduct App

The recent deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, Freddy Gray in Baltimore, Maryland, and Walter Scott in North Charleston, South Carolina, highlight the problem of police brutality.  It is a subject rife with tension and emotion. The American Civil Liberties Union in Michigan has developed a way for the public to help increase governmental […]

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Clare County Murder and Assault Charges

The Clare County Sheriff’s Department has begun an investigation into the events that left a woman dead, and her husband seriously injured.  But what makes this particular situation so much more difficult is the fact that the man accused in this Clare County murder is their 43-year-old son. As a result, he is now facing […]

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Congress Lifts Federal Ban on Medical Marijuana

Last week, an important change in drug policy slipped under the radar. Inside a spending measure over 1,600 pages long is a provision to end the federal ban on medical marijuana. This is the first time that Congress has supported this type of change.

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