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If you have been charged with arson in Arizona, you have been charged with knowingly and maliciously setting fire to a structure, property or wild land area. This includes setting fire to your own property for insurance collection purposes. In Arizona, Arson is classified as a felony, meaning there can be significant jail time involved for adults and juveniles alike.
Being charged with reckless burning is less serious than arson, but should be taken very seriously as well. Those charged with this crime are people who the investigators believe may have not intentionally started a fire, but their reckless actions are still to blame. In Arizona, reckless burning is a misdemeanor.
Anyone facing arson or reckless burning charges should have an Arizona arson attorney evaluate their case and look at the evidence the investigation has uncovered.
Juveniles Charged with Arson in Arizona
If your minor-age son or daughter has been charged with arson or if he or she is under investigation for a common juvenile offense such as vandalism or criminal damage to property, it is important to talk to an experienced attorney and start an aggressive defense. Charlie Naegle has experience with juvenile cases and we will be at your side throughout the entire process, aiding to protect a promising future.
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Charlie Naegle has earned a reputation for being able to deliver results in the face of tough charges. Let him put his experience to work for you.
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