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New ‘Clean Slate’ Legislation Reform Michigan’s Expungement Laws

If you follow our blog here on The Kronzek Firm’s AggressiveCriminalDefense.com site, then you already know we discuss expungement whenever it happens to come up here in Michigan. And while there’s been a lot of dialogue over the years regarding the introduction and passage of an expungement bill package, we can finally share with you […]

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If my Michigan Driver’s License is Suspended Can I Still Drive in Other States?

If your driver’s license is suspended or revoked here in Michigan, it can affect your life in many ways. Think about how hard it would be to keep a job, to run errands and buy groceries and to run a household.  But what about travelling to other states? You certainly can’t drive around in Lansing, […]

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What Happens After I Get Arrested? How Soon Can I Get Out of Jail?

So you got arrested somewhere in Michigan. A cop pulled you over, or showed up at your home, and slapped a pair of cuffs on you and dragged you off to the Ingham County Jail. (Or the Kent County Jail, or perhaps the Oakland County Jail – it all depends on where in Michigan the […]

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The Pushback Against Facial Recognition Software is Huge! (Pt 2)

Hi there and welcome back to this two part discussion on the use of facial recognition software. Here at The Kronzek Firm we have been following this subject over the years, watching how the technology has developed and the ways in which it’s been implemented. If there’s one thing we’ve noticed, it’s that people feel […]

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The Pushback Against Facial Recognition Software is Huge! (Pt 1)

If you read the news (which we understand can be a little overwhelming at this point), then you already know that the use of facial recognition software is a highly controversial subject. Here in Michigan, the Detroit Police Department has been using Facial Recognition Software for years, which has led to some highly publicized instances […]

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Lawmakers Say Michigan’s Criminal Justice System Needs a Major Overhaul!

This may not come as any surprise to you (or to anyone, really), but Michigan’s criminal justice system is not perfect. Over the years we’ve discussed this many times with our readers, and it certainly seems to reflect a widely-held perspective that the Great Lakes state could use some help when it comes to updating […]

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Parental Kidnapping: Yes it Really Happens, And Yes it’s a Crime in Michigan!

For most of us, when we think of a kidnapping, we think of strangers who steal kids for enormous amounts of ransom money or for sexual exploitation. The kind where the parents are very wealthy, and the FBI gets involved. Say the word “kidnapping” and the visuals called to mind are of Patty Hearst, Adam […]

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Kiddie Porn Hacking Zoom Meetings

Here in Michigan’s beautiful lower peninsula, businesses are doing things much the same way as businesses all over the state. During these unprecedented times, we’ve all come to rely on online services and apps much more heavily than we did when meeting in person was safer. Which means that a huge number of meetings and […]

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Are ‘Designer Drugs’ Still a Thing in Michigan? Oh Yes, They Are!

If the term ‘designer drugs‘ isn’t one you’re familiar with, consider yourself lucky. Although perhaps we should take a moment to explain, since the word ‘designer’ can be a bit misleading in this case. While a designer purse or dress or perfume implies something finely crafted by someone whose creativity is celebrated in their industry, […]

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Is it Protesting, or is it Looting And Rioting? What does Michigan Law Say?

You would have to have lived under a rock for the last few weeks to be completely unaware of the protests and riots that have taken place in cities across America in recent weeks. Maybe you saw the videos from Detroit, Grand Rapids, East Lansing, and Lansing. Our nation is in the midst of a […]

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