In our experience, arson is one of the least likely charges to be filed. However, on those rare cases, we have successfully defend clients accused of this crime. Sometimes whether the fire was an act of arson is the question. The defense, for example, may involve whether an accelerant was involved in the fire or if it was faulty electrical work.
Other times, arson is very clear. However, the person who committed the crime is not. In this case, if a person is accused, our firm would look for every possible culprit who may have had a motive to set a fire or to set someone up to look like they set the fire. No matter what, experienced trial lawyers are needed to successfully navigate the proper defense to get the best outcome. Contact The Criminal Defense Team at (317) 687-8326 to speak with a knowledgeable, Board Certified* arson defen
se attorney today.