Todd Coolidge Attorney Archive


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12 Sep 5 Weird and Outdated Laws in the US

Article III of the US Constitution lays out the legal powers and boundaries of the Judicial Branch of our Government, permitting them to make sensible laws to protect and defend the American people and society. As our nation evolves, however, some of these statutes have...

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17 May What are the Major Types of Cybercrime?

The rise of the digital age and tremendous advancements in technology come with both positive and negative impacts on our daily lives. For example, never before has information been so easily accessible and shareable. This fact enables us to store information online, work remotely, and...

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Possession of Methamphetamine in Arizona - needle with three bottles

21 Dec Possession of Methamphetamine in Arizona

As a border state to Mexico, Arizona is a highly drug-trafficked state, and therefore, has severe penalties for dangerous drug possession, drug use, and manufacture and transportation of drugs. Specifically, the possession of methamphetamine in Arizona is a crime that is punished more harshly than...

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21 Jul The Difference Between Murder and Manslaughter in Phoenix, Arizona

Todd Coolidge, the lead criminal defense attorney at Coolidge Law Firm, has represented many homicide cases in Arizona. His experience in the courtroom and his vast knowledge of the subtleties of law mean his clients trust him to handle their case. In our previous blog...

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14 Jul Committing Homicide in Arizona

Subjects like these are never fun to discuss, but understanding how the law approaches and defines acts like homicide is essential when interacting with our court systems. Todd Coolidge, a Certified Criminal Law Specialist, has handled scores of challenging cases throughout Maricopa County and the...

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