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Livingston County Judge Serving Time in Jail – For Felony Perjury!

When people make bad choices in their careers, other people can be quite vicious in their judgement about it. But when the people making the poor choices are judges, police officers, teachers, priests, or anyone else who is held aloft as an example of someone who “should have known better”, the public response can be […]

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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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Appeals Court Tosses DUI Charge Because Cop Got The Speed Limit Wrong!

The year was 2015. The place: the village of Saranac in Ionia County, Michigan. Anthony Owen was barreling along on a country road at 43 mph when the dreaded red and blue flashers filled his rear view mirror. He pulled over and was joined by a sheriff’s deputy who informed him he’d been doing 43 […]

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Will Charges Against Michigan House Rep Charged With Bribery & Extortion be Dismissed?

Nothing seems to inflame the masses more than the fall of the high and mighty. When regular folks break the law or make mistakes, people just shake their heads. But when cops, priests, and politicians break the law it’s amazing how quickly people take up arms against them. Suddenly every move they make is scrutinized, […]

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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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Changes Proposed to Reduce Michigan’s Marijuana Sentences

A lot has changed in the wake of Michigan’s legalization of recreational marijuana. Before our law changed, recreational marijuana use may have been grounds for losing your kids to CPS. However, now Children’s Protective Services is required to adjust their policies in favor of a more lenient view that aligns with Michigan’s current marijuana laws. […]

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Can I Avoid a Criminal Record With The Holmes Youthful Trainee Act? (Pt 3)

  Welcome back and thanks for joining us here at The Kronzek Firm, while we wrap up this discussion on Michigan’s Holmes Youthful Trainee Act (called the HYTA for the purpose of brevity!) If you’re only joining us now we recommend you spend a moment getting caught up, and then we’ll wrap up this topic […]

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Can I Avoid a Criminal Record With The Holmes Youthful Trainee Act? (Pt 2)

  Welcome back. Here on The Kronzek Firm’s criminal law blog we’ve been talking about Michigan’s Holmes Youthful Trainee Act (often called the HYTA), and how it could help young people keep their criminal record clean after a mistake. Not sure what we mean by that? Take a moment to get caught up, and then […]

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Can I Avoid a Criminal Record With The Holmes Youthful Trainee Act? (Pt 1)

  For many young people, being arrested is about one of the worst experiences they could possibly endure. Especially if they’re on track towards a bright future, and this single situation is about to ruin everything they’ve worked so hard for. But don’t give up hope just yet! Just because you made a stupid choice, […]

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I’ve Been Arrested! Can You Get my Charges Dismissed?

  For many people, being arrested is a very frightening experience. The first place your mind goes, is straight to possible explanations. How did this happen? There must be some mistake! What did I do wrong? But that quickly leads to problem solving. How am I going to get out of this? Who can help […]

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