What Is the Minimum Sentence for Arson?

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The minimum sentence for arson or attempted arson is 5 years. The maximum sentence for arson carries a statutory maximum sentence of 20 years. However, if any individual is injured in the arson the minimum sentence is 7 years while the maximum is 40 years.
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Arson is the criminal act of deliberately setting fire to property. It is caused when a fire accident is created deliberately resulting in destruction or damage to property and injury and possibly loss of life. The minimum sentence for arson is normally five years.
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