Arizona Arson Attorney
A person is charged with arson in Arizona if the state feels the individual knowingly and deliberately damaged a property or structure with fire or by creating an explosion. Arson of a structure and property valued at more than $1,000 are class 4 felonies. If the damaged property had a value of less than $1,000 but more than $100, it is a class 5 felony. Arson of property valued at $100 or less is a class 1 misdemeanor.
Arson Attorney Kyle T. Green
As a former Maricopa County prosecutor, I understand the case the state is trying to build against you and your arson charges. By offering a free, no obligation case review, my hope is to gain an understanding of all aspects of your case, outlining your options and laying the groundwork for our defense.
We will look at intent and other individuals involved with the case. We will look at the property and other items surrounding the area. Our review will include a thorough examination of your Miranda rights, intimidation into a false confession and possible denial of counsel.
With Arson cases you need a strong defense and the right team in place to help you build that defense. Let me put my experience to work for you. Schedule a no obligation consultation by calling 480-331-7568 or by filling out the online form below.
What Are You Facing with an Arson Conviction?
Punishments for arson in Arizona will vary depending on the severity of the fire. The court will also take a few other aspects into account including whether or not the building or property was occupied if you have prior arson convictions, and whether anyone was injured. If someone was indeed injured in the fire, an additional aggravated assault charge could bring further punishments. If convicted all Arizona arson crimes carry possibilities of month or years in jail time, fines and surcharges, and probation.
Facing Arson Charges?
Do not fight your arson charges alone. Get an experienced arson defense attorney on your side, fighting for your desired outcome. If you are facing arson charges, call me at 480-331-7568 or fill out my online form for immediate help. Let’s get to work on your arson case.