Have you been accused of arson? If so, it is critical that speak with a capable legal counselor immediately. Arson is often considered a felony offense and can yield significant penalties for the convicted. It is essential that the defendants in these cases retain counsel ready to ensure that these allegations receive the scrutiny they deserve.
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Arson is defined as intentionally damaging property by means of fire or explosion. Any degree of damage is enough to constitute an arson charge; property can include a house or building, area of land, or item of personal property such as a vehicle, boat, or airplane.
In order to be convicted of arson, the prosecution must convince the jury that the following are true beyond a reasonable doubt:
Ohio separates arson offenses into two different categories: arson (Ohio Revised Code § 2909.03) and aggravated arson (Ohio Revised Code § 2909.02). Within these statutes, however, the severity of an arson charge can vary depending on the circumstances of the alleged incident.
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