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Arson Charges in TN
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Are you currently facing charges of arson in the Knoxville area? If so, you could be facing serious criminal penalties and need strong representation to help build your case. Our dedicated and experienced team of Knoxville criminal defense attorneys at the Law Office of Joseph A. Fanduzz can provide legal guidance and hard-hitting negotiation skills to help secure your future.
What is considered an arson crime?
The definition of arson is the crime of purposely setting fire to property and persons. There are varying degrees of, each carry differing penalties and consequences. Depending on the severity, a person charged with arson could face 3 to 15 year sentences as well as have fines that reach up to $10,000. Those who are convicted with aggravated arson could be imprisoned for 15 to 60 years and face fines up to $50,000.
The various degrees of arson include:
- Simple arson
- Aggravated arson
- Reckless burning
- Setting fire to personal property
- Leaving a burning fire unattended
If you are convicted of arson, it could seriously damage your future and your reputation. That is why it is so important for you to retain counsel from a seasoned and trusted defense attorney during this time. You cannot afford to leave your freedom on the line; let our Knoxville firm provide the strategic defense you need to safeguard your future.
How the Law Office of Joseph A. Fanduzz Can Help You
We are dedicated to building your case, approaching each new case with specificity to your situation.
With 24/7 availability, strong attorney-client relationships and strong trial and negotiation skills, we give our clients the confidence they need to step into the courtroom. You can feel secure knowing that our representation has been proven successful time and time again.
We provide free initial consultations – call today for dedicated representation!
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