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How Your Own Smartphone Can Rat You Out to The Cops! (Pt 2)

Hi there and welcome back from The Kronzek Firm. We’ve been talking about the incredible amount of data your smartphone collects and stores about you – your preferences, your conversations, your search history, and even your geolocational data. Wait, what was that last one? Your geo-what? That’s right – your geolocational data, which is the […]

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How Your Own Smartphone Can Rat You Out to The Cops! (Pt 1)

For almost everybody, the days of navigating from a folded map are over. We no longer have someone sitting next to us in the passenger seat shouting, “Turn here! Here! Ugh, you missed the exit for downtown Lansing! Why aren’t you listening to me?” Instead, a moderated electronic voice issues calm commands from the tiny […]

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From Everything to Nothing: Lottery Winners End up Facing Criminal Charges?

Everybody wants to win the lottery! And who wouldn’t – the classic American dream. Picking the winning numbers and suddenly having more cash than you know what to do with. Sounds like a dream come true doesn’t it. Until you read the stats and discover that more than 70% of lottery winners in the US […]

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A New Bill Package Would Make Michigan’s Expungement Requirements Easier

Bi-partisan bill packages are usually the ones that move through the House and Senate quickly, having garnered support from both sides of the political aisle. It is interesting to see that this particular collection of potential laws addressing expungement issues in Michigan has received such wide support, both within the legislature and within various communities […]

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If You’ve Been Interviewed by The FBI, Chances Are You’ve Been Misquoted!

Have you ever taken notes while listening to someone talk? Perhaps you were sitting in a lecture hall at college and your professor was expounding on something you knew would show up in a test. Or maybe you were at a work conference and what was being covered was relevant to the direction your company […]

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Should The Statute of Limitations be Longer When The Alleged Criminal are Michigan Public Officials?

Whether it’s cops, priests, teachers, or government officials, people expect more from those in authority. It’s the reason why a sexual assault by a doctor on a patient is considered more heinous than a random act of sexual violence commited by a stranger. It’s why there’s so much public rage when police officers break the […]

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New Bills Would Update Michigan Payroll Fraud Law

Attorney General Dana Nessel has created a task force whose sole purpose is to crack down on payroll fraud. The AG’s Payroll Fraud Enforcement Initiative aims to address what she believes is an under-the-radar problem that steals millions in taxes from the government every year, and cheats hardworking Michiganians out of their wages.  But part […]

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Many of Michigan’s Juvenile Lifers Are Still Waiting to be Resentenced! (Pt 2)

Welcome back and thanks for joining us here at The Kronzek Firm for this discussion on the inordinate number of juvenile lifers awaiting resentencing here in Michigan. In the previous article, we looked at the 2012 Supreme Court decision to give people sentenced to life when they were juveniles, the opportunity to be resentenced. As […]

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Many of Michigan’s Juvenile Lifers Are Still Waiting to be Resentenced! (Pt 1)

In 2012, our United States Supreme Court ruled that it was “cruel and unusual” to sentence juveniles to life in prison without parole possibilities. The reason, according to the justices, was that forcing a juvenile to spend the rest of their life in prison is actually unconstitutional and violates the Eighth Amendment. This particular amendment […]

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How an Ineffective Lawyer Can Trash Your Trial And Ruin Your Future!

We’ve said it before – your choice of lawyer is critical. Not all attorneys are created equal, and if you go to trial with an inexperienced, easily intimidated, or lazy attorney, your outcome is going to reflect that choice. It’s the same reason we tell people that just accepting whatever attorney the court assigns you […]

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