Arson

Car burning

Arson

When a person intentionally burns a building or structure like a home or business, they can be charged with arson. The defining characteristic of the crime known as arson is malicious intent, so in order for a person to be convicted of this criminal offense it must be proved that they burned the structure maliciously. If you or someone you care about has been charged with arson, you should look to Rogan Law to provide you with the attorney representation you will need to have a chance at overcoming these serious criminal charges.

Definition, Penalties & Charges

Individuals who are convicted of arson can be sentenced to jail, probation, large fines, and a criminal record that can make life very difficult. When a person had an arson conviction on their record, they can have a very difficult time finding employment and getting approved for loans and housing. Having a serious mark on your record from arson charges is extremely hindering and you will want to hire an attorney who is willing to do everything possible to prevent this from happening.

In order to come up with an effective defense strategy, your lawyer will have to work diligently and quickly. Your criminal defense lawyer will always spend the time on your case that it deserves and you will never be placed on the back-burner and ignored. It is imperative that your defense attorney take great care to investigate your arson charges in an effort to detect any information that may help your case. When choosing Rogan Law to represent you, you can rest assured knowing that your arson case is in reliable and responsible hands.