WERE YOU CHARGED WITH ARSON?
Being successfully convicted of Arson in California carries severe, life-changing consequences that should never be taken lightly or dismissed.
Arson has been committed if a person has purposefully set fire to a structure, property or forest land. Depending on the circumstances, arson crimes can be considered a felony or misdemeanor.
If you are facing charges for arson, it is very important that you secure the aid of a strong, experienced defense attorney, immediately.
POSSIBLE PENALTIES OF CONVICTION
Depending on the severity of the crime, the consequences for acts of arson can vary.
Great bodily injury: imprisonment from 5-9 years
Damage to property: state imprisonment for 16 months to 3 years.
Previous convictions, injury to emergency personnel such as firefighters, or damage to multiple structures can result in a longer sentence.
THE BENEFITS OF ENLISTING A DEFENSE ATTORNEY
At Okabe & Haushalter, we are compassionate to your need for strong legal defense if you are currently facing criminal charges of arson. Successful criminal convictions will not only leave a permanent mark on your criminal record, but they can also be a lasting hindrance.
It simply does not make sense to leave this up to chance. Okabe & Haushalter has a reputation for effective, aggressive defense; so when working with us, you will be able to breathe easier with the knowledge that we will do everything possible to defend your rights.