Arson

There are four degrees of Arson. The degree is determined by elements such as the manner in which the fire or explosion is caused, whether someone is inside the building or motor vehicle, whether someone is injured, and whether the defendant has an expectation of financial gain.

Intentionally damaging someone's property by intentionally starting a fire or causing an explosion.

Recklessly damaging a building or motor vehicle by intentionally starting a fire or causing an explosion.

Intentionally damaging a building or motor vehicle by intentionally starting a fire or causing an explosion.

Intentionally damaging a building or motor vehicle by starting a fire knowing that it is reasonably possible that someone is inside.

Intentionally damaging a building or motor vehicle with an incendiary device knowing that it is reasonably possible that someone is inside and causing an explosion or a fire that injures someone or was caused with the expectation financial gain.

 
 

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