Arson from a Criminal Defense Attorney's Perspective
Arson from a Criminal Defense Attorney’s Perspective
Los Angeles arson investigators are combing through the remains of at least 8 small fires that were set in North Hollywood around 3:00 AM on Sunday, October 25. The fires involved a number of dumpsters, a small structure and a mattress that was placed against a car. The car was also ignited.

Arson Requires An Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney

Arson in California is a complex crime, and can be tried, in certain circumstances as a misdemeanor, or more often as a felony. In addition to prison terms for the arson act itself, California law can also impose enhancements to an arson sentence, based on the circumstances of the case and/or conviction.

If you’ve been arrested for arson, you need an experienced, aggressive criminal defense attorney like Robert Helfend. Mr. Helfend has practiced criminal defense exclusively for 30 years in Los Angeles courts and takes even the toughest arson defense cases.

Felony convictions are serious and can have long-lasting consequences. Those accused of felonies require experienced defense counsel in the courtroom. Multiple convictions can lead to the application of California’s three strikes law, which can put you behind bars for life.

In this situation, you need a criminal defense attorney who will fight aggressively for your freedom and work to get arson charges reduced or dropped. Mr. Helfend has established a reputation for defending his clients throughout the judicial process.

Mr. Helfend is an experienced, highly effective criminal defense attorney in Los Angeles and takes arson defense cases in Los Angeles County and Ventura County.

Don’t jeopardize your freedom and rights with an ineffective criminal defense or an inexperienced attorney. Contact Robert Helfend today for a consultation on your arson defense.

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