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Why Are They Charging me With Burglary?I Didn’t Steal Anything? (Pt 2)

Welcome back and thanks for joining us here at The Kronzek Firm. We’ve been discussing the sometimes confusing topic of Breaking & Entering (called B&Es here in Michigan), Home Invasion, and Burglary. As we mentioned in the previous article, all three of those rimes are actually different charges under Michigan law. So being charged with […]

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Why Are They Charging me With Burglary? I Didn’t Steal Anything? (Pt 1)

The subject of burglary charges in Michigan can be very complicated. You’d think it would be straight forward – if you break into someone’s house you get charged with a B&E (Breaking and Entering), and if you steal something, you get charged with Burglary. But it doesn’t work quite like that. Why? Because your intentions […]

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Michigan’s Sex Offender Registration Laws Have Been Updated, And They’re Confusing Everyone. Including The Cops!

Michigan law can be confusing, especially when it’s not something you have any training in, or that you deal with on a regular basis. So hearing that Michigan has updated it’s Sex Offender Regisration rules in a confusing way may be disheartening for the average person from Lansing, St. Johns, Adrian, or Grand Rapids, but […]

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What’s The Difference Between Simple Assault and Aggravated Assault, and Why Does it Matter?

Being accused of Assault here in Michigan is a scary prospect. You have to deal with being arrested, charged with a violent crime, time in court, and the very real possibility that you’ll be convicted and have to go to jail. Or worse – prison! The last thing you need on top of all that […]

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Arrested For Domestic Violence in Michigan?Here’s What You Need to do Right Now! (Pt 2)

Welcome back and thanks for joining us here at The Kronzek Firm for this ongoing discussion about what to do if you’ve been arrested for domestic assault. As you know from our previous blog post, domestic violence is taken very seriously here in Michigan, so it’s critical that you handle this the right way. Whether […]

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Arrested For Domestic Violence in Michigan? Here’s What You Need to do Right Now! (Pt 1)

So you’ve been arrested for domestic assault. You and your sweetie got into an argument, things got heated, and the cops got called. It happens all the time in Lansing, Novi, Stanton, Jackson and all over the state of Michigan. Couples fight and someone decides the law needs to be involved. Sometimes it’s warranted, because […]

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Why is The State of Michigan Charging me With Assault? I Never Even Hit Anyone?

When you think about someone being assaulted, you probably think about them being hit, punched and kicked. When you envision an assault victim, you likely picture a bloody nose and blackened eyes, maybe even a missing tooth. It makes sense. If someone without a visible bruise or scratch told you they had been assaulted earlier […]

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Will I go to Jail if I Get Into a Fight With my Wife And She Calls The Cops?

Sometimes police show up at a couple’s home because one person is a violent abuser and the other is a victim, unable to protect themselves or get to safety without help. But it isn’t always like that. Sometimes the cops show up because an argument gets heated, emotions run high, and the neighbors worry because […]

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How Michigan’s New ‘Clean Slate’ Expungement Laws Affect You

In the first part of last month we shared with you some details about Michigan’s new ‘Clean Slate Act’, and how it’s going to revolutionize expungement in the future. Well, the future is almost upon us, as they say, and we’d like to give you a quick summary of how these changes to Michigan’s expungement […]

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Proposed Gun Laws Would Offer Fewer Restrictions For Michigan Residents

The issue of firearms restrictions and gun safety has been a highly controversial topic, both here in Michigan and everywhere else in the US, for many years. People go back and forth between protecting second amendment rights, and wanting to keep the public safe and reduce the number of school shootings, like those that happened […]

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