Category Archives: cocaine

Cocaine in Michigan: What You Need to Know (Part 3)

  Thanks for joining us as we wrap up this conversation on cocaine and the laws that govern its use in Michigan. If you’re only just joining us now, we highly recommend that you spend a few minutes catching up. If however, you’ve been with from the start, welcome back and buckle up – we’re […]

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Cocaine in Michigan: What You Need to Know (Part 2)

  Welcome back and thanks for joining us here at The Kronzek Firm. We’re in the process of unpacking the subject of cocaine, both it’s history and it’s current consequences under Michigan law. Moving forward, we’re going to answer more of your questions about cocaine, and hopefully give you a clearer picture of what you’re […]

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Cocaine in Michigan: What You Need to Know (Part 1)

  Cocaine tends to be portrayed as a glamorous drug by Hollywood – the illicit pleasure of the rich and famous. Unlike it’s inelegant cousin, crack cocaine, who has a reputation for being the drug of choice for less-than-savory characters, cocaine is often depicted as a high society alternative to alcohol. Something one uses at […]

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Northern Michigan Drug Trafficking Ring

Two Men Arrested in Detroit Two men who police say are connected to a large scale drug trafficking organization in northern Michigan, were arrested in Detroit recently. Although no one knows yet what charges they will face, it is suspected that they will be substantial, both in number and severity.

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Stop in for Gas and a Crack Cocaine Kit

Apparently, up until very recently, it was possible to stop at a particular gas station in Detroit to top up your car’s gas tank, and purchase a “starter kit” for crack cocaine use. Odd as that may sound, it appears to be true. And until Detroit Police Chief James Craig, working in concert with the […]

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Cocaine and Cash – Never a Good Mix

Bailing your friend out of jail could be chalked up as a “good deed”. Unwittingly handing a cop your cocaine, however, is not so good, and will likely land you in a world of trouble, as one Clinton Township man recently discovered when paying a police officer with what can only be called “dirty money.”

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