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Category Archives: Michigan Legislation

Improving Michigan’s Criminal Justice System? (Pt 1)

While in office, former Governor Jennifer Granholm appointed a task force to address Michigan’s criminal justice issues. Specifically, they were set the task of investigating Michigan’s criminal justice processes and determining if there were policy changes that could save the state some money, streamline the process for everyone involved, and make the system more just.  […]

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Ways Michigan Could Change Our Criminal Justice System For The Better? (Pt 2)

Welcome back and thanks for joining us here at The Kronzek Firm for this discussion on ways Michigan’s criminal justice system might be improved in the future. As we shared with you last time, the Mich​igan Joint Task Force on Jail and Pretrial Incarceration has come up with 18 recommendations that they recently presented to […]

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What You Need to Know About Michigan’s New Vaping Law (Pt 2)

Welcome back and thanks for joining us for the rest of this discussion on Michigan’s new vaping laws. As we mentioned in the previous article, Michigan Governor Whitmer declared vaping a public health emergency and has banned all flavored vape products. Michigan is now the first state in the U.S. to have a law against […]

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What You Need to Know About Michigan’s New Vaping Law (Pt 1)

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), cigarette smoking has decreased slowly in the US over the last decade or so, which can be attributed to better health education and awareness campaigns. But as is often the case, when one unhealthy trend declines another steps in to take its place. And as […]

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A New Bill Package Would Make Michigan’s Expungement Requirements Easier

Bi-partisan bill packages are usually the ones that move through the House and Senate quickly, having garnered support from both sides of the political aisle. It is interesting to see that this particular collection of potential laws addressing expungement issues in Michigan has received such wide support, both within the legislature and within various communities […]

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20 Crazy Laws on The Books in Michigan! (Pt 2)

Hey there! Welcome back. We’ve been having a good chuckle about the crazy laws still on the books in Michigan (and there are quite a few!). If you’re just stumbling onto this now, we recommend you spend a few minutes and get all caught up on some of the hilarious (or just plain odd) laws […]

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20 Crazy Laws on The Books in Michigan! (Pt 1)

If you read the news, then you probably heard about the cussing law that the Michigan legislature repealed in 2015. It said you couldn’t swear in front of women and children or you could end up in jail. That was the same year then-Governor Snyder signed off on the bill package that did away with […]

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Watch Out! You May be Breaking The Law Without Even Realizing it! (Pt 1)

Have you ever discovered that you actually did something illegal, but had no idea at the time that it was against the law? Well, good news – you’re not alone. People do it every day. And with Michigan’s regulation-heavy criminal laws, this becomes more likely all the time. However ignorance of our state law isn’t […]

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Civil Asset Forfeiture: What Michigan Lawmakers Are Doing About it.

We’ve shared with our readers many times in recent years about the issues involved in civil asset forfeiture in Michigan. Specifically, how improperly managed civil asset forfeiture robs citizens of their belongings and destroys trust between law enforcement officers and the communities they serve. However the need for change has become a major topic of […]

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Keeping Up With The Changing Laws In Michigan Can Be Hard

  Michigan law is constantly changing. Every month new laws are introduced, discussed and debated, and passed. But not all laws introduced are passed. And some laws get a lot of media attention, while others slip by under the radar with no one any the wiser. All in all, it can be very difficult to […]

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