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Category Archives: Domestic Abuse

Crime Rates Are Down, But Domestic Violence Rates Are Skyrocketing!

The Kronzek Firm PLC is up and running during this health emergency. Our attorneys are doing virtual consultations and accepting new clients while we continue to provide service to our existing clients. You can reach our main office in Lansing by calling 886 1000. Although the current social isolation lockdown happening here in Michigan, and […]

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My Boyfriend Said If I Leave Him, He’s Going to…. (Pt 2)

Welcome back and thanks for joining us again at The Kronzek Firm. We’ve been discussing the difficulty faced by a great many women (and also some men) when their partners threaten them. As we mentioned in the previous article, there are a startling number of people who have been threatened by a boyfriend or spouse. […]

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My Boyfriend Said If I Leave Him, He’s Going to…. (Pt 1)

Have you ever heard someone say that before? We have. In most cases, it was a woman who was afraid of her partner, but desperately wanted to be out of her situation. And the threats we’ve heard over the years have been as varied as the women who’ve shared them with us. Have you ever […]

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Jingle Bells, Sleigh Rides, And Holiday Offenses Galore! (Pt 2)

Hi there and welcome back. We’ve been looking at the different crimes that often increase during the holiday season here in Michigan. You might think it’s strange because it’s supposed to be the holly-jolly season, right? But believe it or not, this time of year sees a significant rise in criminal activity, particularly crimes of […]

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Closing The “Boyfriend Loophole” in MI Gun Laws Will Help Domestic Abuse Survivors

Right now in Michigan, if someone commits domestic violence against their husband or wife, they will not be allowed to purchase or own a gun of any kind. Why? Because it’s assumed that they might use the weapon to harm their spouse. Inexplicably, the same rule doesn’t apply to non-married partners. A boyfriend or girlfriend […]

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