Jail Time for Arson?

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If you have been convicted of arson, it is very likely that you will have to serve at least some amount of jail time. The amount of jail time that you will have to serve will depend upon the exact details of the crime. If someone was killed in the act of the arson, your jail time will significantly increase. If the arson was a first offense and no one was harmed, you may just have to serve on a probationary case.
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