The Michigan Constitution Podcast

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.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 29m. Bisher sind 45 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint jede zweite Woche.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 22 hours 55 minutes


episode 34: E-34: Right to Atty/Self-Rep (Part 1)

The right to an attorney and the right to represent yourself are protected by the Michigan Constitution.


 2021-05-01  34m

episode 35: E-35: Right to Self-Representation (part 2)

Representing yourself at trial is a protected Michigan Constitutional right. But there are parameters by which a judge may restrict that right.


 2021-05-15  35m

episode 40: E-40: Double Jeopardy (Part 1)

Double Jeopardy protects against governmental harassment of the innocent.


 2021-08-01  27m

episode 41: E-41: Double Jeopardy (Part 2)

Double Jeopardy prevents a second criminal trial for the same offense...or does it?


 2021-08-15  30m

episode 42: E-42: Double Jeopardy (Part 3)

Double Jeopardy is intended to give a criminal defendant closure after guilt or innocence has been determined. But it might not end there.


 2021-09-01  29m

episode 43: E-43: Double Jeopardy (Part 4)

Double Jeopardy places certain restrictions on the government, thus minimizing repeat trials against a criminal defendant, until the Prosecutor eventually wins the case.


 2021-09-15  40m