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Michigan’s Next Step in Addressing Vaping Problems

If you follow our blog or read the news, then you’re already familiar with the vaping ban Governor Whitmer attempted to put in place after declaring vaping a public health emergency. The ban, which made the use of any flavored vaping products and accessories illegal in Michigan, was the first of its kind in the […]

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If You Have a Criminal Record Can You Still Become a Lawyer in Michigan? (Pt 2)

Welcome back and thanks for joining us again for this discussion on what might seem like a ridiculous idea – becoming a lawyer in Michigan if you have a criminal record. But believe it or not, it’s true! As we mentioned in the previous article, it’s entirely possible to get your law degree and practice […]

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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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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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Facial Recognition Software: Is it Safe? And Should it be Allowed in Michigan? (Pt 2)

Welcome back and thanks for joining us. We’ve been discussing the highly controversial use of facial recognition technology in Michigan, and looking at what people on both sides of the argument have to say about it’s safety. As we mentioned in the previous article, this software is already widely used here in Michigan, although the […]

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Facial Recognition Software: Is it Safe? And Should it be Allowed in Michigan? (Pt 1)

If you’ve ever read Orwell’s 1984, or Huxley’s Brave New World, then you already know how disturbing the idea of a dystopian future is. But for many people, the idea of those concepts stepping off the pages of stories and into the reality we live in is all too real. And facial recognition software is […]

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Expunging Criminal Records Makes Life Easier, But The Process Is Difficult! (Pt 2)

Welcome back and thanks for joining us again. In the previous article on having your criminal record expunged in Michigan, we talked about why the process can be challenging, and how some crimes simply aren’t eligible for expungement. However, Michigan isn’t at the forefront of the race to erase criminal records and better people’s lives. […]

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Expunging Criminal Records Makes Life Easier, But The Process Is Difficult! (Pt 1)

Having a criminal record can affect almost every part of your daily life. From your ability to find housing in a safe neighborhood, getting a good job, to enrolling in school, prior convictions make life hard. So what’s the solution? Well, the simple answer would be to have that record expunged so it doesn’t continue […]

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Why do I Have to Wait For The Cops After a Car Crash? (Pt 2)

Welcome back to our discussion about leaving the scene of a crash in Michigan, and why it can get you into a lot of trouble. In the previous article we looked at why people would choose to leave a car crash without notifying the cops, and what the law says you’re supposed to do in […]

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