Aggressive Criminal Defense Blog

They Said I Had a Weapon But I Didn’t! What Should I do Now? (Pt 2)

  Welcome back and thanks for joining us. We’ve been talking about some of the ways that Michigan law can surprise you, especially when it comes to weapons-related charges. As we pointed out in the previous article, a classic example of this is armed robbery charges, where you can be charged with armed robbery even […]

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They Said I Had a Weapon But I Didn’t! What Should I do Now? (Pt 1)

  Nothing feels worse than being accused of something you didn’t do! And being accused of certain crimes here in Michigan can actually feel like you’re being accused of something you never did, when in fact you’re just getting caught up in a legal technicality. This happens in several cases when people are charged with […]

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10 Ways The Cops Can Lie to You Without Breaking The Law! (Pt 2)

  Welcome back and thanks for joining us here for this discussion about the many ways cops can lie to you during an investigation. As we’ve explained in the previous article, the police are allowed to lie to you if they suspect you’re guilty of a crime, and their lies are likely to get them […]

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10 Ways The Cops Can Lie to You Without Breaking The Law! (Pt 1)

  If you follow our blog here at The Kronzek Firm, then you know we just spent a couple of days talking about entrapment. In essence, we looked at how the cops can lie to you in order to catch you in a crime, but they can’t coerce you into committing a crime in order […]

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Why am I Being Charged With ‘Organized Crime’? I Only Took One Thing From a Store!

  For most people, when you say the words “organized crime” they tend to think of mob movies. Dead-eyed men in suits sitting around in the back rooms behind bars, discussing major drug deals and having their rivals made to disappear. What they don’t think of is ordinary people nicking stuff from stores. Because that’s […]

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Emotional Support Dogs in Michigan Court Rooms: Will The Supreme Court Decide?

  The Americans with Disabilities Act provides for the use of service animals, including in court rooms around the nation, for people with disabilities. However that doesn’t include “emotional-support” animals. Why? Because as of yet, the use of a dog or other therapy animal, by people who aren’t disabled, but need added emotional support during […]

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The Cops Tricked me! This is Entrapment! What do I do Now? (Pt 2)

  Thanks for joining us again  for this discussion on entrapment. As we explained in the previous article, here in Michigan, there’s a difference between being lied to by the cops, and being entrapped by the police. One is legal and one isn’t. Specifically, it’s legal for the cops to lie to you, but not […]

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The Cops Tricked me! This is Entrapment! What do I do Now? (Pt 1)

  So you’re pretty sure the cops tricked you into doing or saying something incriminating, or into doing something illegal? This is a pretty complicated subject in Michigan law. It has lots of room for misunderstandings and misinterpretations. So let’s take a look at your situation, and see if you were really entrapped by a […]

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Wrongful Convictions Get Overturned, But The Horrors of Prison Life Live on!

  There has been a distinct rise in the number of wrongfully convicted people released from Michigan prisons in recent years. Between the efforts of U of M’s Innocence Clinic, WMU’s Cooley Law School Innocence Project, and the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan, great strides have been made towards righting the wrongs of the […]

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What The Rising Exoneration Rate in Michigan Really Means!

  On the list of U.S. states with the highest exoneration rate after wrongful conviction, Michigan comes in at number five. Which is appalling, if you live in the Great Lakes state and believe in ‘justice for all’. Because it means we’ve got it wrong so many times in the past, and that so many […]

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