Larimer County Third Degree Arson: What is the Definition?
The law defines Third Degree Arson as when:
Fort Collins Third Degree Criminal Arson Sentence
As a Class 4 felony, Third Degree Criminal Arson, C.R.S. 18-4-104, is punishable by:
- a two to six year prison sentence
- three-years parole
- restitution ranging anywhere from $2,000 to $500,000
Third Degree Arson Case Examples in Grand County
What makes this charge different from other arson charges is the element “with intent to defraud.” This means that the alleged arsonist intentionally set fire to property in order to illegally obtain money. We have seen cases where our clients are accused of burning a house or vehicle in order to receive insurance money. This is a serious criminal allegation and it is important that you get an attorney who has arson experience in Fort Collins, as well as all of Larimer, Boulder and Grand County.
What makes this charge different from other arson charges is the element “with intent to defraud.”
Boulder County Arson Charges: How an Attorney Can Help
Spending time in prison would dramatically change your current life course and your future. With over 20 years experience defending clients charged with Third Degree Arson in Larimer County and surrounding areas, we will fight to get you an acquittal or not guilty verdict.