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Category Archives: Defenses to Crimes

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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How do I Hire The Best Criminal Defense Attorney? Look For These 6 Things. (2)

Hi there and welcome back from the criminal defense lawyers here at The Kronzek Firm. We’ve been talking about what you need to look for in a criminal defense attorney when you are either being investigated for a crime or if you’ve been charged with a crime in Michigan. When either of those things happens, […]

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How do I Hire The Best Criminal Defense Lawyer? Look For These 6 Things. (1)

If you’re going to hire a criminal defense attorney to fight for youand defend you in court after you’ve been charged with a crime here in Michigan, make sure that you’re getting the best legal representation you can afford. After all, this is your future and your freedom on the line. But how do you […]

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Can Expressing Your Political Views Get You Arrested in Michigan?

The answer to that question is: it depends. On what, you wonder? A lot of things, but let’s start with the basics – namely, how you plan to express those political views. If you’re hopping on Facebook and trash-talking the Republicans or the Democrats, it might make you unpopular, but it’s not going to get […]

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Are Stun Guns Set to Become Legal in Michigan?

Stun guns are currently illegal in Michigan. Like brass knuckles, daggers, and short-barreled shotguns, they’re on the list of weapons (or self-defense items, depending on your perspective) that you’re not allowed to carry around with you. But that may about to change.  The Michigan House has voted on making stun guns legal! House Bill 4020 […]

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If You Have a Criminal Record Can You Still Become a Lawyer in Michigan? (Pt 1)

The idea of someone being in a position to defend and uphold the law when they’ve got a history of breaking it themselves might seem somewhat ludicrous. After all, in most cases, the law itself doesn’t allow this, at least in a professional capacity. You might possibly be able to become a police officer or […]

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The Michigan Supreme Court Has Agreed to Hear The “Jury Tampering” Pamphlet Case!

If you read the news with any regularity, then you’re already familiar with the jury tampering case that made headlines in 2015. Kevin Woods, a former pastor and current activist in Mecosta County, was arrested for handing out pamphlets to a pool of possible jurors before a trial. That pamphlet told them about their “jury […]

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Getting Charged with a Crime in Michigan Might End up Costing You LOTS of Money (Pt 2)

Welcome back and thanks for joining The Kronzek Firm again. We’ve been discussing the many things you end up having to fork money out for when you get into trouble with the law. In the previous article we talked about bail bonds, court costs, and restitution payments. But those certainly aren’t the only things that […]

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Will Michigan Become The First State to Ban Facial Recognition Technology?

Every time a new technology is developed and made available, there are questions about it’s efficacy. Concerns about it’s safety. Fears about its misuse. In many cases, those concerns have proved to have some grounds in reality, although that’s rarely enough to cause major alarm. Just look at the recent realization that Alexa records a […]

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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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