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Social Media & Solving Crimes: What You Need to Know! (Pt 1)

Have you ever been sitting in your car at a stoplight, belting out one of your favorite songs, and glanced over to realize people in the next car were staring at you? If so, you’re not alone (and just be glad it wasn’t worse – you could have been caught picking your nose!). But do […]

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The Federal Appeals Court Says Cops Can’t Chalk Your Tires!

In the Michigan city of Saginaw, parking enforcement officers use a technique used all over the country for keeping track of how long a vehicle has been parked in one parking place – chalking the tires. If a parking spot doesn’t have a parking meter, parking officials will mark the tires of a car with […]

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How to Avoid Unnecessary Interactions With The Cops in Michigan (Pt 2)

Hi there, welcome back from The Kronzek Firm! We’ve been discussing how you can avoid unnecessary interactions with the police in Michigan, and what that means for you. As we mentioned in the previous article, police officers do a very stressful job, and there are always risks during any interaction with the police. So whatever […]

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How to Avoid Unnecessary Interactions With The Cops in Michigan (Pt 1)

Cops do a really hard job. They deal with people at their worst, and sometimes people they talk to are accused of doing terrible things. Whether it’s rape, murder, robbery, assault or child abuse, they see awful things, and get very little respect or gratitude from the public for the difficult and dangerous work that […]

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What Happens if You Don’t Pull Over When The Cops Tell You to in Michigan? (Pt 2)

Welcome back. We’ve been talking about why it’s a terrible idea to run away from the cops (seriously, we can’t stress this enough – it’s a terrible idea!). In the previous article we talked about what police in Michigan do when you don’t follow an order to pull over, and why they do it. Next […]

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What Happens if You Don’t Pull Over When The Cops Tell You to in Michigan? (Pt 1)

Cops have several ways to tell motorists to pull over to the side of the road – they can use their overhead lights, their siren (usually both) or provide a verbal commands, usually through a microphone. Either way, regardless of what method the officer uses, you are required by law to comply. Even if you’ve […]

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Michigan AG’s New Conviction Integrity Unit to Investigate Credible Claims of Innocence!

Dana Nessel, Michigan’s new attorney general, has launched a Conviction Integrity Unit within her office’s Criminal Appellate Division that aims to investigate credible claims of innocence that could result in overturned convictions. A.G. Nessel has assigned criminal defense attorney Robyn B. Frankel to head up the unit, which she says was inspired by Wayne County’s […]

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Can Michigan’s Archaic Bail System be Updated? Some Say Yes!

Yesterday we talked about the initiatives recently put in place by Governor Whitmer to reform Michigan’s criminal justice system, and if you recall – one of those issues the task force hopes to address is bail. According to Governor Whitmer, bail is often a problem here in Michigan, because of the financial burden it places […]

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New Michigan Governor’s Initiative Looks to Reform Criminal Justice System

When Gretchen Whitmer was sworn in as the new Governor of Michigan, she promised a total turn around on the way certain things were done. One of those key issues was our criminal justice system. So with that in mind, she’s recently signed an executive  order creating a bipartisan task force whose sole purpose is […]

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“Raise The Age” Proposal is Gaining Ground in Michigan!

The issue of minors being prosecuted like adults in Michigan has been a source of controversy for decades. The idea behind this notion, is that by treating juveniles as adults, we ensure that they receive stiffer sentences that are more proportional to their crimes, and as such, we lower the rate of juvenile crimes. However, […]

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