ARSON / MALICIOUS BURNING LAW IN VIRGINIA Malicious Burning is the charge for criminal arson under Virginia law. Malicious burning of an occupied dwelling is a Felony offense punishable by a maximum sentence of life in prison if convicted. We strongly recommend that you contact us immediately if charged with any Malicious Burning offense in […]
Malicious Burning / Arson
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FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA: Class 4 Felony Arson / Malicious Burning Charge (VA Code 18.2-81) resulted in no active jail time, with a fully suspended jail sentence. Call for additional information. Law § 18.2-81. Burning or destroying personal property, standing grain, etc. If any person maliciously, or with intent to defraud an insurance company or other person, […]
FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA Criminal defense attorney case result: Fairfax VA Felony Arson / Malicious Burning Charge DISMISSED Felony Arson / Malicious Burning charges under VA Code 18.2-77 and 18.2-81, with client facing up to life in prison for allegedly setting an occupied dwelling / apartment building on fire, were DISMISSED for insufficient evidence after a […]
FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA: Felony Arson / Malicious Burning charge (VA Code 18.2-77), with the client facing up to life in prison for setting fire to an an occupied apartment building, was DROPPED with payment of restitution. VA Code § 18.2-77. Burning or destroying dwelling house, etc. A. If any person maliciously (i) burns, or by use […]
MEDVIN LAW PRESS RELEASE February 25, 2011 Facing a life sentence – All Charges Dismissed in Commonwealth v. Court FAIRFAX, VA: On February 2, 2011, The Honorable Donald P. McDonough, the Chief Judge of the Fairfax County General District Court, presided over the Preliminary Hearing of the government’s evidence against Kevin Court. Mr. Court was […]