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Informed Consent: Disturbing Details from Larry Nassar Case

New details from the Larry Nassar case continue to emerge as a 233-page investigation into the Larry Nassar scandal has been released. If you have been following this infamous Michigan-centered case, you won’t be surprised by these details or the

Recreational Marijuana Legalized In Michigan: What You Need To Know

The midterm elections of November 2018 were some of the most well-attended midterm elections this country has seen. One report says turnout was at a 50 year high. The political climate may have had much to do with how many

David J. Kramer Chosen as One of America’s Top 100 Attorneys

When you are looking for an attorney to represent you in your criminal case, how do you know whom to choose? How can you be confident you are paying for the best possible work ethic and results? When you are

David J. Kramer Named in Best Criminal Defense Lawyers in Detroit

David J. Kramer Named in Best Criminal Defense Lawyers in Detroit

Are you in need of expert legal counsel for criminal defense in Detroit? Do you know how to find the best lawyer for your case? Welcome to Expertise, where David J. Kramer has a spot in a small pool of

Michigan’s Self-Defense Laws: Who Is An Intruder?

The world watched footage from Jeffrey Zeigler’s home surveillance camera that spotlighted Michigan’s self-defense laws. The video shows the incident from April 2018. Brennan Walker – a 14-year-old from Rochester Hills, Michigan – knocked at Zeigler’s door. Then he ran

Prison Alternatives in Michigan Law

If you have been charged with a crime in Michigan, you are probably most concerned about the potential that you will spend time in prison. It’s an understandable fear. That why my legal services are helpful during sentencing. I will

Hope In Prison: The Appeal Process in Michigan

Are you facing a prison sentence? Do you have a loved one who has just been forced to accept a plea deal? After the exhausting and stressful experience of a trial, you may be wondering how you can continue to

Police Mistakes and Your Constitutional Rights

If you have been charged with a crime, it can be easy to fear that you are going to be convicted. Or slapped with the maximum sentence possible. The actions of law enforcement officers and prosecutors may make it seem

Prosecutor Mistakes and Your Freedom

Have you been charged with a criminal offense? Are you concerned about prosecutor mistakes? You may be accustomed to hearing about the criminal justice system from predominantly one point of view. This viewpoint may be that: The state or the

Racial Discrimination in Jury Selection: The Ugly Truth

Does racial discrimination during jury selection still plague the criminal justice system? As an example, let’s take a closer look at the case involving Curtis Flowers. He is currently on death row in Mississippi and has been subjected to 6