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If You’ve Been Accused of a Crime, The Cops Are NOT Your Friends! (Pt 2)

Welcome back and thanks for joining The Kronzek Firm again. We’ve been talking about the difficulties faced by people accused of a crime or caught up in a criminal investigation as a suspect. Specifically, how they should act when confronted by the police. As we mentioned in the previous article, the police departments consist of […]

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If You’ve Been Accused of a Crime, The Cops Are NOT Your Friends! (Pt 1)

The average cop is a good person. You may be surprised to hear us say that, as Michigan criminal defense attorneys, but we really believe it. It’s been our experience as aggressive criminal defense lawyers who deal with law enforcement on a regular basis. Most cops are just regular people doing a very hard job […]

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Has The Legalization of Marijuana in Michigan Changed How Cops Enforce The Law? (Pt 2)

Hi there, welcome back and thanks for joining us again. We’re looking at the issue of marijuana law in Michigan, and how challenging it is for the police to enforce the law because it changes often and isn’t always as clear cut as they’d like. Although legalization has changed a lot of things in Michigan, […]

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Has The Legalization of Weed in Michigan Changed How Cops Enforce The Law? (Pt 1)

Not too long ago, marijuana was illegal in every way. Both state and federal law prohibited its use in any form, for any reason. And then a new medical marijuana law rolled around in Michigan and the game changed. In defiance of federal law, Michigan legalized the use of marijuana for certain medical conditions. But […]

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New U of M Study Proves Expungement Removes Barriers to Employment in Michigan (Pt 2)

Welcome back and thanks for joining us again here at The Kronzek Firm. We’ve been talking about the issue of expungement of criminal records, and how it affects people’s ability to get a decent job. As we mentioned in the previous article, a recent study done by researchers at U of M now provides empirical evidence […]

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New U of M Study Proves Expungement Removes Barriers to Employment in Michigan (Pt 1)

This year, University of Michigan Professors Sonja B. Starr and J.J. Prescott released the first-ever broad-based empirical study of what happens when state law limits the public’s access to criminal records. The reason? To see how expungement might affect a person’s future, either positively or negatively. And the results are significant. Why this study was […]

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The Feds Are Cracking Down on Gang Violence in Detroit

Hearing about the ongoing war in “the red zone” might lead you to believe you’ve stumbled across references to cold war in Russia, or some similar communist country. But that couldn’t be further from the truth. The red zone actually refers to a section of Detroit’s eastside, between Seven Mile and Eight Mile roads, and […]

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New MI Law Says 17-Year-Olds Will No Longer Be Prosecuted as Adults!

The issue of juveniles being automatically prosecuted as adults in Michigan has been a controversial subject for a long time. For many years, it seems, the idea was that by treating juveniles as adults, we’d ensure that they get stiffer sentences more proportional to the crimes they commit. Why? To lower the rate of juvenile […]

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Didn’t Take The Cash? Returned The Wallet? Still Counts as an Armed Robbery in Michigan!

Earlier this month a man in Ypsilanti Township had a surreal but still very scary experience. He was held at ‘gunpoint’ by an armed man in his 50s, who approached him with a pipe fashioned to look like a gun. The man forced him to hand over his wallet, which he did. But once the […]

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Four Michigan Laws About The Dead You Need to Know This Halloween!

It’s Halloween! Which means it’s time for dressing up, handing out candy, carving jack ‘o lanterns, and visiting your favorite haunted house. (Or traipsing about in the rain and slush while everyone gives your kids free candy, and then stealing some of it later as payment after they’ve finally gone to sleep – we’re parents, […]

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