Tony Snyder is a licensed attorney in the State of Michigan who offers a bi-monthly podcast on the Michigan Constitution. Here you will learn about each Article and its respective Sections, what they mean, and case law that has addressed how those provision are implemented in the day-to-day lives of citizens of Michigan.
Some make a distasteful argument that being required to do something (or not being allowed to do something) was involuntary servitude and should be prohibited under the Michigan Constitution. But none of these cases successfully won their argument.
A bill of attainder occurs when the Michigan Legislature criminalizes something you did in the past, when it wasn't illegal to do it, and does not provide you with a judicial trial. This podcast will review situations where individuals believed the Leg...
Is it considered an unreasonable seizure of a person to stay with the police, while they execute a search warrant of your home? To what extent can we give credibility to an informant regarding the information they tell the police?